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Applicants please note that we will be unable to accept completed applications for any advertised position if they are received after close of business (5.30pm) on the specified closing date.
Rothamsted Research is looking to an experienced researcher to work on BBSRC funded project “Algal oils by design”.
The project is focused on metabolic engineering of algae for the optimised accumulation of high value lipids such as omega-3 long chain fatty acids. The project has the goal of developing a robust system for the use of microalgae as a new microbial platform for the production of high-value products.
To apply, please complete all sections of the application form and return to the HR Group by email to email@example.com. Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Herts, AL5 2JQ, tel 01582 763133
Candidates should complete all three sections and submit them as three separate documents
UN plans to mitigate global warming by burying atmospheric carbon in the ground to enrich soil are laudable but currently flawed, conclude a group of scientists from five international research institutes across Europe and the United States.
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Imported wood pellets can be environmentally sustainable and beneficial, conclude bioenergy specialists from some of the world’s leading research institutes in a detailed analysis published today. The study marks a controversial stand in a lively, ongoing debate about the sustainability of biomass derived from forests.