Overcoming market barriers for a thriving circular nutrient value chain: A market feasibility and perception study - PhD

University of Technology Sydney

Sydney NSW, Australia 🇦🇺

ISF is offering a PhD scholarship for researchers investigating barriers and enablers to creating viable markets for renewable fertilisers derived from urban organic wastes like urine.
The PhD project sits within an interdisciplinary research program, the UTS-led ARC NiCE Hub. The research will contribute to this program by investigating the enablers and barriers to creating viable markets at scale.
Successful students will work closely with ISF’s Resource Stewardship research program and may have opportunities for casual project work alongside their studies.

This project represents an excellent opportunity to develop industry networks and conduct research to help address the global food security and the nutrient pollution challenge in a circular economy.
The scholarship amount is $32,500 per annum. Additionally, ISF provides a generous professional development and training allocation of $9,500 to PhD students to cover costs during their degree.





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