“Tapping into non-English language science in tackling global environmental challenges”
A PhD position is available funded by a new ARC Discovery Project on the translatE project led by CBCS’s Tatsuya Amano. Titled “Tapping into non-English language science in tackling global environmental challenges”, the project will see you join UQ’s School of the Environment and CBCS, plus have international collaboration with the University of Cambridge in the UK and Peking University in China, as well as other world-leading researchers.
This PhD project will demonstrate the potential importance of non-English language science in a wide range of environmental science disciplines, while providing a promising and valid way of making non-English-language science accessible to everyone around the world.
Commencement will be no later than RQ3 in 2024, so applying before 31 March 2024 is recommended. More information, including how to apply, is here, and please contact Tatsuya to discuss your interest and suitability at firstname.lastname@example.org