#11 Courtney: Becoming a Twitter Savvy Scientist

How to use Twitter to grow your scientific network, learn something new and have fun on the way? Courtney’s motivation to use Twitter Getting in touch with the scientific community beyond her own lab and project Getting new ideas, learn about latest papers Getting started: Passive engagement, see what other people tweet about Figure out […]

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#9 Catarina: Orchard manure fertilisation, vineyards and satellite images

How can manure replace mineral fertilisers in apple orchards and how can satellite images help improve vineyard fertilisation? Catarina Martins Esteves is a PhD student at the University of Lisbon and part of the EU Horizon 2020 project Nutri2Cycle. Department and Section: Instituto Superior de Agronomia University supervisors: Henrique Ribeiro, David Fangueiro and Ricardo Braga

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#7 Nelly: Phosphorous fertilisation, plant-availability and use-efficiency

Nelly is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Copenhagen. She conducts research on organic and mineral forms of phosphorus fertiliser. She explores its plant-availability and models its fate in the soil to optimise its application. Institute: Department of Geoscience and Natural Ressource Management – Geography Nelly did her PhD at the University of Copenhagen,

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#8 Max: Modelling climate impacts of forest management and wood use scenarios

(How) can forestry and wood-products contribute to climate change mitigation? Max is a PhD student at the Swedish University of Agricultural Science (SLU) and he conducts research on forest management and wood use scenarios with regards to greenhouse gas dynamics with a focus on Sweden. Department & Group: Department of Energy and Technology Supervisors: Per-Anders

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#6 Joana: Designing organic fertilisers by blending animal manures

How can mixing different animal manures together enhance their value and increase their ability to replace mineral fertilisers? Joana Prado is a PhD student at the University of Lisbon and she is part of the EU project Nutri2Cycle. Department and Section: Instituto Superior de Agronomia University supervisor: David Fangueiro, Paula Alvarenga and Henrique Ribeiro  Dissertation

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#5 Clara: Biochars & ashes as bio-based fertilisers

How to enhance the plant availability of phosphorus of biowaste-derived biochars and ashes? Clara is a Marie-Curie PhD student at the University of Copenhagen and part of the EU project FertiCycle. She conducts research on biochars and ashes and on how to increase their fertiliser value. Department and Section: Department of Plant and Environmental Science,

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#3 Soner Candas: Optimisation of renewable energy systems

How can computer-based modelling help optimise the integration of renewable energy? Soner is research assistant and PhD student at the Technical University Munich. He conducts research on possible future energy systems and looks at ways of optimizing the transition towards renewable energy sources. Institute: Chair of Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems Faculty: School of Engineering

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