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45 new vacancies for scientists and lecturers in United Kingdom

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12.11.2020
Leeds , United Kingdom
Are you an ambitious researcher looking for your next challenge? Are you looking to apply your skills in Biological Mass Spectrometry, Biochemistry and Biophysics to help gain a new molecular understanding of how proteins undergo phase separation?
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12.11.2020
Exeter, United Kingdom
This project will offer an exciting opportunity to learn upcoming structural biology methods, and to apply these to a vaccinology project. The key methodological focus of the project will be micro electron diffraction (micro-ED), a method of determining protein structures that will become a mainstream method over the next five years.
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11.11.2020
Bristol, United Kingdom
The Department of Engineering Mathematics, University of Bristol, is seeking to appoint two Lecturers on Open Ended (“permanent”) contracts. The posts will be in our Pathway 1 job family (Research, Teaching and Citizenship). Candidates are sought with a strong track record of interdisciplinary research and teaching that is consistent with the aims and ethos of the Department. Engineering Mathematics has a unique brand to offer its students, and is the only Department of its kind in the country. It prides itself on offering students a tool kit with which to solve real-world problems.
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11.11.2020
Oxford, United Kingdom
Applications are invited for a College Fellowship in Philosophy. This is a full-time post, tenable for a fixed term of two years from 1 September 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter with the possibility of a one year extension. The appointment will be on a probationary basis for the first year.
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11.11.2020
Southampton, United Kingdom
The project involves the study of long-lived nuclear spin states and their response to changes in magnetic field and to resonant audio frequency irradiation in the low magnetic field regime. You will be responsible for the maintenance and operation of equipment for performing field-cycling audio-frequency NMR experiments, and in the design and implementation of novel NMR experiments employing this equipment.
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11.11.2020
Bristol, United Kingdom
The Faculty of Engineering seeks to recruit a Research Associate for the ERC Advanced Grant project STUDIOTEC: Film Studios in Britain, France, Germany and Italy, 1930-60. You will work with historical maps, plans and photographs for the creation of VR and 3D models of film studios being investigated by the project’s historians.
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11.11.2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom
The 2021-2022 Warren Center Faculty Fellowship will be on the theme of Slavery and the Universities led by Sven Beckert (History) and Evelynn Hammonds (History of Science).
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10.11.2020
Southampton, United Kingdom
A PhD studentship is now available in the area of aircraft aerodynamics and aeroacoustics noise. The studentship provides a unique opportunity to work on a relevant engineering problem at the Airbus Noise Technology Centre (ANTC), part of the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton.
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10.11.2020
Leeds, United Kingdom
Our laboratories are part of a thriving research environment within the Faculty of Biological Sciences, which houses over 150 research groups, 15 of which study viruses. We use structural and cell biology techniques to answer important questions about how RNA viruses perform their infection cycles, and in doing so, we hope to develop strategies to prevent virus growth and thus disease.
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10.11.2020
Southampton, United Kingdom
Despite significant improvements over the last decades, road safety remains a major concern in most countries, including the UK. For example, fatality statistics have flatlined during the last ten years in many high-income countries, calling for research to better understand underlying road crash mechanisms in order to be able to guide traffic safety policy more effectively.

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