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Friday, 07 April 2017 08:19

Post-graduate position available at IMBM

IMBMPost-graduate position available at IMBM from 1 May 2017.

The Institute for Microbial Biotechnology and Metagenomics (IMBM) is a leading research unit based within the Department of Biotechnology at the University of the Western Cape (UWC). The Institute is a global competitor in microbial biotechnology and metagenomics, and is committed to excellence in research and in the training of future research leaders. Its research encompasses a number of disciplines including microbiology, (meta)genomics, molecular biology, enzymology and bioinformatics, and employs culture-based approaches as well as cutting edge ”omics” strategies to study microbiomes, and identify novel biosynthetic gene clusters and metabolites. The Institute focuses on the research and development of novel, high-value natural products for the pharmaceutical, cosmeceutical, food & beverage and agricultural industries, as well as products for industrial processes.

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Tuesday, 06 October 2015 19:46

Available position: Senior Technician (WITS)

WITSUNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND
JOHANNESBURG
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
School of Molecular & Cell Biology

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Sunday, 01 March 2015 15:34

Deputy Director of IMBM-Assoc. Prof. UWC

UWC_IMBM

The Institute for Microbial Biotechnology and Metagenomics (IMBM) is a leading research unit within the Department of Biotechnology at the University of the Western Cape. IMBM is committed to being a globally competitive institute through excellence in research and in the training of future research leaders, and hosts the DST/NRF SARChI research chair in Microbial Genomics. The core research objective of the Institute is to develop Microbial Biotechnology, through complementary aspects of Microbial Biology. Current research interests within the Institute include Environmental and Industrial Microbiology, Metagenomics, Applied Genomics, and Marine Biotechnology. IMBM is accommodated in the new Life Sciences Building, providing state of the art research facilities and equipment. These include the Next Generation Sequencing Facility and other “omics” related technologies.

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RULECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/PROFESSOR IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
CONTRACT UNTIL: 31/12/2018

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University of Kwazulu NatalTwo MSc and 1 PhD projects are available for 2015, which will focus on Drug Discovery from Marine and Plant Natural Products in the Discipline Microbiology, University of KwaZulu-Natal.

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Sunday, 19 October 2014 18:14

Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer - UL

Jobs DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY, MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE, UNIVERSITY OF LIMPOPO

Applications are invited for the position of Associate Professor/ Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry.

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WITSJobsUNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND, JOHANNESBURG
FACULTY OF SCIENCE

PROFESSOR/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (MICROBIOLOGY/MOLECULAR BIOLOGY)
SCHOOL OF MOLECULAR & CELL BIOLOGY

The School of Molecular and Cell Biology seeks an established academic to make a dynamic contribution to the discipline of Microbiology & Biotechnology and will be expected to take on both academic and administrative tasks within the School. S/he will also undertake independent focused research within areas such as microbiology, molecular biology, biotechnology or bioinformatics.

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Nine positions available at Kapa Biosystems. Click on the link below:

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UFSFaculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences Department of Microbial, Biochemical and Food Biotechnology, UFS
Professor and Academic Department Head - Ref.: Natland1407-027

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Teaching and learning of Microbiology or Biochemistry
  • Conduct research and provide research supervision.
  • Study guidance and supervision of masters and PhD-students.
  • Involved in community service.
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