Two PhD scholarships are available at the University of Newcastle, Australia, in a project funded by the Australian Research Council on ‘Food security and the governance of local knowledge in India and Indonesia’.
The aim of the project is to examine the way small farmers identify, conserve and exchange plant material and incorporate it into cultivated crops through plant selection and breeding and to identify the ways regulatory structures in India and Indonesia help or hinder this process.
The scholarships are available to domestic and international students. In addition to to the minimum eligibility criteria for a Doctoral Degree in Law, applicants should have proficiency in relevant national and/or regional languages of India and/or Indonesia.
The deadline for applications is 31 October 2019. For further information on applying, please see the full scholarship announcement.