ATDBio has an exciting opportunity for a Graduate Research Scientist, who will join the EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie “DNA-Robotics” Innovative Training Network (as ESR 15), a consortium of high class academic and private institutions across Europe.
Please see the job advert for more details on the position and how to apply.
Applications are invited for a 3-year fully funded research position with the aim to design and synthesise DNA origami and other DNA/RNA secondary structures. These structures will be designed to change conformation in a controlled manner on target binding or change in environment such as pH. Changes in conformation will be measured by a number of techniques including FRET and imaging with TEM.
Read more under job positions or at the ATDbio website.
Flyers about DNA-Robotics and the upcoming call for positions were distributed among the participants at this year’s BIOMOD in Japan.
We hope to see many applications when the calls open.
On 2 May 2017 the DNA-Robotics consortium (formerly DNABOT) was happy to receive very positive feedback from the European Commission and was invited for Grant Agreement preparations.