PhD opportunities?

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  1. Rachael

    Rachael Larval Mass Registered

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    I am a third year student studying Marine Biology and Oceanography. I am in the process of writing my third year project "Does culture in the darkness effect retina morphology if Sepia officinalis". I found this project very rewarding and my passion for cephalopods has grown. I would really love to continue working on cephalopods for a postgraduate. I was wondering if there was any PhD vacancies on cephalalopods?

    Rachael :grin:
     
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    Architeuthoceras Architeuthis Staff Member Moderator

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    :welcome: to TONMO Rachael, I'm sure someone will chime in here when they have any help.
     
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    Hiya,

    If you want to stay in the UK try Peter Boyle up at the unversity of aberdeen. You might have to do a Mphil or masters first then change to a PHD.
     
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    Hi Perky,

    Thanks for the advice I will try that. I dont mind doing a masters first. I would really like to continue working with cephalopods.
     

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