Synthetic biology

Genetic modification of cells and organisms is now a very well established technology. There are a range of tools capable of achieving transfection with high-fidelity, ease and efficiency. The challenge has now moved to the characterisation of phenotype for the modified organism, with a particular technology gap existing in accessing single-cell, dynamic data for metabolic processes.

UoE Vacancy Ref: 

045013

Closing Date: 

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

The University of Edinburgh is one of the world’s top 20 institutions of Higher Education and provides exceptional research, teaching, and living environments. The School of Engineering reflects all of the University’s principal characteristics, with a cosmopolitan academic staff numbering over 110, and with a body of 1,550 undergraduate and 500 postgraduate students from all over the world.

UoE Vacancy Ref: 

038249

Closing Date: 

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

The University of Edinburgh is one of the world’s top 20 institutions of Higher Education and provides exceptional research, teaching, and living environments. The School of Engineering reflects all of the University’s principal characteristics, with a cosmopolitan academic staff numbering over 110, and with a body of 1,550 undergraduate and 500 postgraduate students from all over the world.

UoE Vacancy Ref: 

038248

Closing Date: 

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

A postdoctoral research associate position for three years is available as part of the UK Centre for Mammalian Synthetic Biology in the lab of Professor Susan Rosser at the University of Edinburgh. The project is to conduct key research on using synthetic biology to develop a suite of mammalian cell lines for drug discovery and testing applications.

UoE Vacancy Ref: 

036693

Closing Date: 

Friday, August 12, 2016

When doing tasks we are often confronted with a fundamental question: shall I do it fast or do it precisely? From experience we know that achieving both is exceedingly difficult; compromise is the best bet. But can speed and precision be maximised at the same time? A new study from Dr.

Dr Filippo Menolascina

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