Do you want to develop the future bio-based processes for making chemicals from renewable feedstocks? We are looking for students who are interested to work with metabolic engineering of yeast to turn them into efficient cell factories for production of various chemicals.
You will learn:
- advanced molecular biology techniques;
- screening, fermentation, and analysis;
- good laboratory practice (GLP), e.g., keeping an electronic laboratory notebook, registration of records in LIMS.
You will be a part of the research group Yeast Metabolic Engineering and will interact closely with Post Docs and PhD students. We have an inspiring and collaborative work environment and we value team work.
Where: DTU Biosustain (Lyngby campus)
Biotechnology, microbiology, preferrably also bioinformatics and molecular biology