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Position TitleEmployerLocationEducation LevelDescriptionDate Posted
Senior Research Associate – Plant Transformation

Corteva AgriscienceJohnston, Iowa, United StatesBachelor's DegreeCorteva Agriscience has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Research Associate – Plant Transformation, based in Johnston, Iowa.
This is a lab-based position which requires the ability to work efficiently both independently as well as in a team environment, follow and troubleshoot protocols and deliver high quality results on time. The candidate 1) will plan, manage, and execute tissue culture experiments performed with Agrobacterium and particle gun bombardment transformation, in a high throughput setting, 2) will document experimental data accurately into database system(s), 3) will participate in improvement of established methods to increase their efficiency, 4) develop new techniques and methodologies and 5) may organize and supervise work of Research Assistant(s) and/or temporary employees ensuring experiments are performed in safe and efficient manner.
Responsibilities – What You Will Do:
• Carry out soybean, canola, wheat, and maize genome editing transformation experiments and collect data from experiments
• Participate in new technology development or process improvement studies – activities include experimental plan, testing of hypothesis, making observation, data collection and analysis
• Follow company safety policies, protocols, and procedures, and ensure a safe working environment for self and team members
• Participate in team supporting activities such as explant preparation, equipment maintenance, media assessment or improvement, culture room maintenance, or information management
• Provide technical support and conduct experiment with a respectful, collaborative, and positive team spirit
• Provide summaries and reports to supervisors
Qualifications
Requirements – What Skills You Need:
• Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program in plant science, biological science, genetics, or related field such as horticulture or biotechnology or related subject with at least 5 years of lab experience.
• Experience with aseptic techniques in laminar flow and bio-containment hoods and plant tissue culture/transformation.
• Working knowledge in transient and stable transformation with single cells, plant suspension cultures, and tissue explants for gene expression and characterization
• Experience with light and fluorescent microscopy
• Proven ability to handle multiple assignment and easy transitioning to new assignments in rapidly changing work environment.
• Capable of proactively identifying problem research areas, troubleshooting, and finding solutions
• Proven ability to maintain complete, accurate and timely records of experimental data and procedures.
• Experience and knowledge in laboratory safety practices, including use of PPE, SDSs and proper handling and disposal of laboratory waste.
• Must be proficient with Microsoft Office software, and experience in databases and/or LIMS systems.
• This job also requires excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
• Willingness to support a high-quality laboratory environment through custodianship of equipment and strict adherence to lab safety practices.
• Ability to function both independently and as a respectful team member.
• VISA sponsorship is not available for this position.
Benefits – How We’ll Support You:
• Numerous development opportunities offered to build your skills
• Be part of a company with a higher purpose and contribute to making the world a better place
• Health benefits for you and your family on your first day of employment
• Four weeks of paid time off and two weeks of well-being pay per year, plus paid holidays
• Excellent parental leave which includes a minimum of 16 weeks for mother and father
• Future planning with our competitive retirement savings plan and tuition reimbursement program
• Learn more about our total rewards package here – Corteva Benefits
Check out life at Corteva! www.linkedin.com/company/corteva/life
Are you a good match? Apply today! We seek applicants from all backgrounds to ensure we get the best, most creative talent on our team.
#GrowWhatMatters
5/13/2024 
Research Scientist – RNA Biology

Corteva AgriscienceJohnston, Iowa, United StatesDoctorate Degree Corteva Agriscience is seeking an experienced Research Scientist to conduct studies in RNA biology. The successful candidate will provide technical leadership and oversee, conduct and interpret research in one or more of the interrelated areas of RNA plant biology including viruses, delivery, mobility, metabolism and expression.
Responsibilities – What You Will do:
• Design, conduct, interpret and report results for discovery plant research.
• Provide technical leadership and guidance to scientific staff.
• Collaborate with scientists across a spectrum of biotechnology and bioinformatics specialties.
• Communicate findings to business and scientific audiences, through both oral presentations and written technical reports and manuscripts.
• Follow all safety guidelines and maintain operational excellence through quality management and good housekeeping.
Qualifications
Education:
• Ph.D. in plant virology, RNA metabolism, or a related field. Applicants with a M.S. and 8-10 years related experience will also be considered.
What Skills You Need:
• Evidence of strong and creative research publication record in RNA biology.
• Demonstrated expertise in molecular lab techniques and computational manipulation of data.
• Successful record of working in highly collaborative and cross-disciplinary environments.
• Experience and knowledge in laboratory safety practices, including use of PPE, SDSs and proper handling and disposal of laboratory waste.
Benefits – How We’ll Support You:
• Numerous development opportunities offered to build your skills
• Be part of a company with a higher purpose and contribute to making the world a better place
• Health benefits for you and your family on your first day of employment
• Four weeks of paid time off and two weeks of well-being pay per year, plus paid holidays
• Excellent parental leave which includes a minimum of 16 weeks for mother and father
• Future planning with our competitive retirement savings plan and tuition reimbursement program
• Learn more about our total rewards package here – Corteva Benefits
Check out life at Corteva! www.linkedin.com/company/corteva/life
Are you a good match? Apply today! We seek applicants from all backgrounds to ensure we get the best, most creative talent on our team.
5/92024
Technical Specialist - Synthetic Biology
The Advanced Research and Invention Agency (ARIA)London, United KingdomTechnical Specialist - Synthetic Biology


Salary: c.£65,000 - c.£95,000
Location: Kings Cross, London (hybrid)
Employment Type: We plan for this role to be full-time, but we’re open to discussing flexible working arrangements
Contract Type: 3 years fixed-term (with the possibility for extension)
Closing Date for Applications: 20.05.24



About ARIA

ARIA funds breakthrough R&D for society. With an unprecedented level of independence and operational freedom, we are rethinking how to best support scientists and engineers whose work can change the world. We are growing our team to develop bold new approaches that can scale – from programmes to systems, processes and everything in between. If that sounds fun, come and build ARIA with us.



Role Summary

As a Technical Specialist to Angie, you will have the rare chance to catalyse breakthroughs that could change the world and that would not otherwise be created. You'll get to sit alongside Programme Director Angie Burnett on ARIA's plant synthetic biology programme, helping to direct teams across academia, startups, and industry in pursuit of a world-changing new technology. You’ll be exposed to every aspect of the programme's technical management from design through conception, approval, project selection, and overarching programme management.

The funding programme will aim to produce breakthroughs in plant synthetic biology. We’re looking for an adaptable technical professional who’s strongly motivated by the opportunity to deliver a technological step change. You’ll be working in a bold, talented team, in the pursuit of groundbreaking advancements that will shape the future of science & technology.


Meet Angie Burnett

Angie Burnett is one of ARIA’s Programme Directors. Angie trained as a plant physiologist and is passionate about harnessing the power of plants to create a sustainable future. The programme aims to develop synthetic biology approaches for adding complex functionalities to plants. The programme will fund projects across the entire R&D ecosystem, from startups to universities. You’ll be supporting all technical aspects of the workload and facilitating the successful execution of projects within the programme’s portfolio.


“I’m passionate about building a world-changing programme that harnesses the power of plants to help people. I’m looking for a technical professional with deep expertise in synthetic biology to complement my background in plant biology and join my enthusiastic programme team. The Technical Specialist on my programme will be a key thought partner helping to drive success - I can’t wait to meet you.”

Angie Burnett, Programme Director


What you’ll do

The scope of the role will evolve as ARIA continues to grow, but will broadly involve the following:

Work with Angie as a scientific and technical expert on a programme of research aimed at developing programmable plants.
Gather, validate, and disseminate technical data landscaping performance trends for plant synthetic biology.
Aid and advise Angie with research evaluation and project-specific technical insight. This includes activities like grant review, ongoing project oversight, technical milestone assessment, expert identification, presentations, and reporting.
Plan, coordinate and steer technical discussions in project meetings, workshops, and presentations.
Deliver in-depth programme portfolio analyses, insightful recommendations, and streamlined reporting for Angie and key stakeholders, facilitating informed strategic directions.
Contribute your technical prowess in areas like advanced manufacturing and other cutting-edge capabilities within the programme, amplifying its overall effectiveness.
Co-author solicitations, white papers and technical reviews.
Drive the seamless execution of projects on a day-to-day basis, taking charge as the technical bridge linking the programme’s diverse project teams, and potential collaborators within the thriving R&D community.

Who you are

Essential Criteria

You have first-hand exposure to synthetic biology.
You have steered multiple relevant in-industry and/or post-doctoral research projects in synthetic biology.
You excel in grasping and navigating diverse technical projects.
You skillfully convey complex technical ideas and project timelines to technical stakeholders in adjacent fields, bridging gaps between diverse teams, perspectives, and initiatives.
You are willing to ask questions and can rapidly learn and adapt to new scientific areas, comprehending key components of new technical disciplines.
You are okay with uncertainty and a fast-paced environment.
You possess high clarity of written thought.

Desirable Criteria

You have worked in industry, preferably in a startup or other fast-paced environment.
You have a PhD in a discipline relevant to Programmable Plants.
You have worked on DNA synthesis or organellar engineering.
You have technical expertise in agriculture or plant biology.
You have successfully performed technical assignments that require unconventional or novel approaches.
You are skilled in risk analysis and resolution, tracking technical milestones, and reporting on complex technical projects.
You have a strong working knowledge of the worldwide synthetic biology ecosystem.
You have a strong working knowledge of the worldwide agricultural and/or plant biology ecosystem.
You have a strong working knowledge of the UK R&D ecosystem.


Qualifications

You have a degree in one of the listed areas of interest, or similar: Synthetic Biology, Plant Biology, Genetics, Biological Engineering.



Not sure you meet 100% of our criteria? Don’t worry. If you believe that you could excel in this role, we encourage you to apply. We want to attract the broadest array of candidates, including those with diverse workplace experiences and backgrounds. Whether you’re new to this, returning to work after a gap in employment, simply looking to transition, or taking the next step in your career path, we will be glad to have you on our radar. Please use your cover letter to tell us about your interests and what you hope to bring to this role.

If you require any reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, please notify us and we will make every effort to accommodate you. Disclosing any requests are intended to provide ARIA with the best opportunity to support candidates and will have no negative impact on your recruitment process.


Please note; You will be required, as and when necessary, to travel to different locations around the UK to support projects, depending on the Programme you are designated to.
5/3/2024 
PhD fellowship in Molecular Plant Breeding
University of CopenhagenCopenhagen, Capital Region, DenmarkMScPhD fellowship in Molecular Plant Breeding
Department of Plant and Environmental Plant Sciences invites applicants for a PhD fellowship in Molecular Plant Breeding. The project is part of the research project “Back to the Future: Bioengineering an ancient-resilient plant for a food-safe future”, which is financed by an Emerging Investigator grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation.

Start date is 1 July 2024 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The project

We need to produce nutritious and accessible food for our growing population without exhausting our planet and its people. The vision of the Plant Bioengineering group is to bridge molecular, agricultural and food sciences to create the crops of the future!

Most of our food comes from only a dozen of plants, making our food system highly vulnerable to plant pests, diseases and climate change. In nature, there are thousands of plants with potential to be part of a future diverse and resilient agriculture, but many of them contain unpleasant compounds. In the Back to the Future project led by Pablo D. Cárdenas and funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation, we work to develop the wild plant Chenopodium album as a new crop. Its seeds have high protein content and were eaten in Denmark during prehistorical times, but contain bitter and anti-nutritional chemical compounds called saponins. We have established a unique collection of C. album from all over Denmark and characterized their protein and saponin contents.

In the Back to the Future project, the PhD candidate will combine molecular (e.g. genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics), agricultural (e.g. speed breeding, field trials) and food sciences (e.g. nutritional characterization) to understand the molecular basis of saponin biosynthesis, its bitterness and plant domestication traits to develop C. album into a valuable plant for future food security. Altogether, the PhD candidate will contribute to demonstrate the potential of domesticating local wild resilient plant species to diversify our food sources and support the green transition in our agrifood system.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for an enthusiastic and ambitious candidate driven by 1) understanding fundamental biological processeses in plant biology such as specialized metabolism and domestication and 2) our long term mission to contribute to create a more diverse and resilient agrifood system. Applicants can have a background from e.g. plant sciences, molecular biology, agriculture, biotechnology, bioinformatics, biochemistry.

Our group and research- and what do we offer?

This is an excellent opportunity to join a young group of lab- and field-enabled plant scientists doing mission-driven fundamental research and develop yourself as a creative and critical researcher.

The project is led by Assistant Professor Pablo D. Cárdenas (PI), who is a part of the Molecular Evolution of Plant Specialized Metabolism research group. The research group focuses on understanding how and why plants biosynthesize specialized metabolites and their potential applications. The group is a part of the Section for Plant Biochemistry, Department of Plant and Environmental Plant Sciences, Faculty of SCIENCE, University of Copenhagen. We are located in Frederiskberg, Copenhagen.

Principal supervisor is Professor, Søren Bak, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, E-mail: [email protected] Direct Phone: +45 3533 3346

We offer creative and stimulating working conditions in dynamic and international research environment. Our research infrastructure includes state-of-the-art facilities for molecular biology, metabolomics, plant tissue culture, and a field station.

The PhD programme

A three year full-time study within the framework of the regular PhD programme (5+3 scheme), if you already have an education equivalent to a relevant Danish master’s degree.

Qualifications needed for the regular programme
To be eligible for the regular PhD programme, you must have completed a degree programme, equivalent to a Danish master’s degree (180 ECTS/3 FTE BSc + 120 ECTS/2 FTE MSc) related to the subject area of the project, e.g. plant molecular biology, plant sciences. For information of eligibility of completed programmes, see General assessments for specific countries and Assessment database.

Terms of employment in the regular programme
Employment as PhD fellow is full time and for maximum 3 years.

Employment is conditional upon your successful enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD School at the Faculty of SCIENCE, University of Copenhagen. This requires submission and acceptance of an application for the specific project formulated by the applicant.

Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Danish Ministry of Taxation and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. The position is covered by the Protocol on Job Structure.

Responsibilities and tasks in the PhD programme

Complete and pass the MSc education in accordance with the curriculum of the MSc programme
(ONLY when you are attending the integrated MSc and PhD programme)

Carry through an independent research project under supervision
Complete PhD courses corresponding to approx. 30 ECTS / ½ FTE
Participate in active research environments, including a stay at another research institution, preferably abroad
Teaching and knowledge dissemination activities
Write scientific papers aimed at high-impact journals
Write and defend a PhD thesis on the basis of your project
We are looking for the following qualifications:

Curious mindset with a strong interest in fundamental plant biology and its translation into applications
Professional qualifications relevant to the PhD project
Relevant work experience
Relevant publications
Other relevant professional activities
Good English written and oral language skills
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Application and Assessment Procedure

Your application including all attachments must be in English and submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below.

Please include:

Motivated letter of application (max. one page), including your motivation for applying for the specific PhD project
Curriculum vitae including information about your education, experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position
Original diplomas for Bachelor of Science or Master of Science and transcript of records in the original language, including an authorized English translation if issued in another language than English or Danish. If not completed, a certified/signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor is accepted.
Publication list (if possible)
Reference letters (if available)
The deadline for applications is 7 May 2024, 23:59 GMT +2.

We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications that do not live up to the abovementioned requirements.

The further process
After deadline, a number of applicants will be selected for academic assessment by an unbiased expert assessor. You are notified, whether you will be passed for assessment.

The assessor will assess the qualifications and experience of the shortlisted applicants with respect to the above mentioned research area, techniques, skills and other requirements. The assessor will conclude whether each applicant is qualified and, if so, for which of the two models. The assessed applicants will have the opportunity to comment on their assessment. You can read about the recruitment process at https://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/.

Questions
For specific information about the PhD fellowship, please contact the principal supervisor.

General information about PhD study at the Faculty of SCIENCE is available at the PhD School’s website: https://www.science.ku.dk/phd/.

The University of Copenhagen wishes to reflect the surrounding community and invites all regardless of personal background to apply for the position.

Part of the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU), and among Europe’s top-ranking universities, the University of Copenhagen promotes research and teaching of the highest international standard. Rich in tradition and modern in outlook, the University gives students and staff the opportunity to cultivate their talent in an ambitious and informal environment. An effective organisation – with good working conditions and a collaborative work culture – creates the ideal framework for a successful academic career.

Contact
Pablo D. Cárdenas
E-mail: [email protected]
Info
Application deadline: 07-05-2024
Employment start: 01-07-2024
Working hours: Full time
Department/Location: PLEN
4/25/2024 
Intern-Delivery TechnologyPairwiseDurham, NC, United States PhD Student, Masters student, Undergraduate StudentAbout Pairwise:

Pairwise is a mission-driven, food+tech company dedicated to building a healthier world through better fruits and vegetables. Pairwise was founded in 2017 by scientists at Harvard University, MIT, and Broad Institute who are eminent in the field of gene editing, as well as biotechnology industry pioneers. Our team is tuned in to consumer food trends, and we believe that consumers deserve more variety and innovation in their fresh food choices. We are primed to deliver that innovation through one of the best gene-editing platforms in food and agriculture. Pairwise has an exclusive 5-year research collaboration with Bayer to develop products in corn, soybean, wheat, canola, and cotton. Plus, Pairwise is developing new types of consumer crops including berries and stone fruit. Pairwise is based in the start-up friendly Research Triangle Park area of North Carolina.



About This Role:

We are seeking passionate, engaging, ready-to-learn interns to join us for Summer 2024. We are looking for interns with majors in: Biology, Molecular Biology, Genomics, Statistics, Plant Science, Botany, Food Science, Marketing, Facilities Management, Plant Pathology, or Plant Biotechnology. Pairwise offers the opportunity of getting to work with industry leading scientists and professionals in a cutting edge, industry changing, food+tech company. Our interns will be integrated with our teams here at Pairwise to allow for hands on learning in a fast-paced start-up environment. Interns will also have season long cap-stone projects that will add real value and help the team resolve real-world challenges they are currently facing. We like to have fun at Pairwise, so the summer won’t be all work and no play! Pairwise interns will not only have “Intern Only” meeting sessions to talk about their experience and share thoughts and feedback with each other, but will also have events to help with career and educational planning, and team building trips to share in the fun of summer in North Carolina.



Essential Functions:

Apply experience and innovation to drive continuous improvements in plant tissue and cell transformation protocols and support development of gene-edited products.


• Develop and execute key experiments in areas including:

Plant transformation
Protoplast isolation and regeneration
Tissue Culture
Gene editing


• Work closely with staff scientists to establish and maintain reliable lab processes that fill critical R&D goals for genome editing technologies.



• Collaborate across multifunctional teams.



Required Education & Experience:

A student currently enrolled in a Bachelors, Masters or PhD program in one of the following disciplines:
Biology, Plant Pathology, Plant Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Genomics, Plant Science, Botany
Experience with sterile technique.
Previous laboratory experience with plant tissue culture and/or protoplasts is preferred.


Offerings:

Paid internship experience in a field relevant to your studies!
Real-world, industry work experience.
Casual work environment.
Mission-driven organization focused on creating healthier fruits and veggies.
A cutting-edge, driven community looking to lead the industry in innovation and nutrition.


EEO Statement:
We're an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

Don’t meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. At Pairwise we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace, so if you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyways. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.
4/17/2024 
Postdoctoral Scholar: Human Dimensions Research for the UF/IFAS Crop Transformation CenterUniversity of FloridaGainesville, FL, United StatesPh.D.The University of Florida, Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences Crop Transformation Center (UF/IFAS CTC, https://croptransformation.ifas.ufl.edu/) was founded in 2023 to address the need for rapid development and commercialization of genetically improved crops. Our mission is to accelerate genetic gain for specialty crops to improve human and environmental health. Our goals are to:
1. Increase the availability, access, and adoption of new plant breeds, leading to a greater supply and variety of phytonutrient-rich foods.
2. Advance crop improvement methodologies that harness predictive breeding, precision agriculture and plant transformation, and gene-editing to hasten rate of genetic gain while improving the positive net impact of agriculture on the environment.
3. Engage producers and consumers in a fruitful dialogue to increase understanding of crop improvement technologies, healthy lifestyle and eating behaviors, and inform center strategies.
CTC projects focus on crop improvement across all major crops grown in Florida. Our first project focuses on creating citrus varieties that can tolerate or even resist citrus greening disease, also known as Huanlongbing (HLB). Growers are looking for solutions to the disease, which has caused a 70-80% reduction in production in FL.
Specifically, this post-doctoral position focuses on goal 3 and will provide leadership to the human dimensions, program evaluation, and communication outreach mission of the CTC to increase adoption of new citrus varieties in Florida. The primary output for this position will be to create a playbook documenting key variables to address successful adoption of new plant varieties and creating educational materials and a strategy for the successful deployment of improved rootstocks and/or scions among Florida citrus growers.
Funding is secured for a minimum of two years and can be extended. The successful candidate will be based in the UF/IFAS Agricultural Education and Communication department (AEC) in Gainesville, Florida. The primary responsibility of the candidate will be to develop pathways for successful adoption and communication of CTC research products (new genetic varieties) and evaluation services for the team, including grower and consumer acceptance of CTC outputs.
Preference will be given to candidates with strong quantitative (survey design) and qualitative research methods and experience with change theory. The applicant will work within a team of horticultural researchers, social scientists, growers, and industry representatives in a multi-disciplinary environment.
The development and maintenance of effective working relationships with students, partners, agencies, and the public will ensure success in this position. We are committed to supporting work-life balance and creating an environment that promotes and supports a diverse and welcoming student, staff, faculty, and overall workforce within the UF. We particularly welcome applicants who can contribute to such an environment through their research, teaching, Cooperative Extension, mentoring, and professional service. The applicant will be expected to work independently.
Expected Salary: Commensurate with Education and Experience
Minimum Requirements:
1. Doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in a social science discipline with a focus on program evaluation and consumer behavior.
2. Skilled in program evaluation theory and methods of data collection, analysis, and reporting.
3. Success in publishing results in peer-reviewed literature.
4. A commitment to UF core values of excellence, discovery and innovation, inclusion, freedom & civility, community, and stewardship.
Preferred Qualifications:
1. Experience in the field of social science, consumer behavior, economics, or related disciplines.
2. Survey design, data collection, analysis, and reporting experience.
3. Qualitative designs, data collection, analysis, and reporting experience.
4. Organizational and management skills.
5. Experience with the U.S. land-grant university system and commitment to serving the public.
6. Mastery of change theory that underpins diffusion of innovations and barriers to adoption.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
• Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.
Individuals wishing to apply should go online to Careers at UF and submit:
1. Cover letter addressing qualifications and experiences (1 page).
2. Curriculum vitae.
3. Contact information (including email addresses) for three professional references.
For additional information on the position, please contact:
• Dr. Kay Kelsey ([email protected])
4/16/2024 
Research TechnicianMeiogenix Inc.Ithaca, New York, United StatesBachelors or Master'sResearch Technician Position in Meiogenix, Center for Life Science Ventures, Ithaca, NY
Following the completion of its 12m$ Series A, Meiogenix Inc., a global agricultural Chromosome Editing company, is seeking a highly motivated Technician to join our team at McGovern Center, the Cornell business incubator in Ithaca, NY.
Meiogenix is a biotech company with a new vision for agriculture. Our mission is to bring back the diversity in complex traits that has been lost during intensive breeding. We are using a combination of chromosome editing, AI, and advanced breeding technologies to unlock the unexplored genetic diversity of plants. Meiogenix aims to develop products that meet new food trends, adjust crops to climate change and eliminate the use of harmful chemicals.
The Research Technician will support Meiogenix research scientists in plant transformation and tissue culture work and will also help with maintenance of plants in growth-chamber/greenhouse. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, pays attention to details, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The candidate will also be expected contribute to smooth functioning of day-to-day operations of the lab, including general lab maintenance, in addition to being involved in the ongoing research efforts.

Location: McGovern Center, Cornell University Campus, Ithaca, New York
Position: Full-time
Key Responsibilities:
• Perform tasks utilizing standard laboratory protocols to support ongoing projects:
o Tissue culture
Agrobacterium mediated Plant transformation
o Nucleic acid extraction
o PCR and reverse transcription PCR
o Data analysis
o Preparation of media/buffers
o Greenhouse/Growth chamber plant care
Desired Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in Cell Biology, Plant Science, Molecular Biology, or related field; 1-3 years of experience in a laboratory is preferred.
• Ability to thrive in a demanding environment of a start-up.
• High degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
• Proficient with basic computer software, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
• Excellent organizational and communication skills.
To apply, send your CV/Resume to [email protected]
4/4/2024
Research Associate, Plant TransformationSolis AgrosciencesSt. Louis, MO, United StatesSolis Agrosciences is a growing AgTech company providing product design and enabling technology platform services to support plant science companies and researchers in accelerating the pace of scientific discovery and commercialization. We are located in the 39 North Ag Biotech district of St. Louis, Missouri.
Role Description:
We are currently seeking a qualified candidate to join our Plant Transformation team as a Research Associate. The successful candidate will be experienced in routine techniques and technologies used in the transformation of various plant species. The Research Associate will work primarily at the bench collaborating closely with other biologists in a team-oriented, energetic, and cross-functional atmosphere. The selected candidate will execute experiments that deliver high quality data to our customers.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
Conduct plant transformation experiments in relevant plant species including soybean, corn, tomato, and Arabidopsis.
Maintain detailed and organized records of project data and other materials.
Communicate research progress and results regularly, clearly, and in an actionable manner to team members and company leadership.
Follow all laboratory SOPs and document experiments accordingly.
Analyze data and compile detailed summary reports.
Assist with other laboratory tasks, as needed, such as plant tissue sampling and/or planting/harvesting in the greenhouse.
Contribute to routine laboratory cleanliness and organization; follow all laboratory safety and compliance protocols.
Required Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (Plant Biology, Biotechnology, etc.) with 1-3 years relevant experience.
Demonstrated experience with plant tissue culture techniques, including explant preparation, Agrobacterium preparation, aseptic technique, subculturing of explants, and plant regeneration on sterile media.
Knowledge of the biology of Agrobacterium.
Knowledge of and experience with general laboratory best practices.
Ability to maintain complete, accurate, and timely records of experimental data and procedures.
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
Ability to function both independently and as a part of a team under tight timelines in a fast-paced environment.
Demonstrates a high level of attention to detail and precision.
Preferred Qualifications:
Experience in an ag biotech industry setting, preferably within a plant transformation production laboratory.
Highly agile and able to multitask, change course, or take on new assignments as needed to meet timelines and deliver results.
Familiarity with molecular biology, plant gene expression, and transformation vector technologies.
Familiarity with LEAN, 5S, or other process improvement approaches.
Familiarity with project management tools such as Smartsheet and electronic laboratory data management software such as ELN and LIMS.
3/29/2024 
Director of TransformationCquestaSt. Louis, Missouri, United StatesPhDCquesta is a carbon sequestration company that harnesses the abilities of plants to store carbon deep underground. Cquesta is building a world-class plant trait development engine and a touchless measurement/reporting/verification (MRV) system. This product will be licensed to seed companies, who will deliver a seamless purchasing experience to farmers.
At Cquesta, we believe that changing behavior is a barrier to adoption, so we will enable nature-based sequestration within existing business frameworks in agriculture. A 2.5% reduction in natural carbon emissions has the same effect as a 50% reduction in human emissions. We believe the latter is far more likely to occur and are building our company to do it.
We are a fast-growing seed-stage company with roots from the Harnessing Plants Initiative at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. Our team is led by experienced agtech serial entrepreneurs. We're seeking an innovative, passionate, team-oriented Director of Transformation to join our growing team.
Culture
Everyone at Cquesta is driven to get things done in a thoughtful, expedient manner. We choose to work with top tier talent and organizations who share our values and need to collaborate. We believe in a culture of absolute truth and transparency, where feedback is considered an opportunity for us to contribute to each other's personal and professional growth. We recognize the value of diversity and are an equal opportunity employer.
About The Role
The Director of Plant Transformation will help to build a transformation team and work with Salk Institute and other collaborators to develop Cquesta’s future world-class plant transformation platform. The successful candidate will be an expert in plant tissue culture and transformation technologies, with strong working knowledge of both monocot and dicot transformation. The Director will drive both discovery and process improvements in our multiple crops transformation pipelines, as well as focused delivery of product development milestones across those platforms. Preference will be given to individuals with experience in row crops, such as corn, canola and soybean. Industry experience is highly preferred. Familiarity with vector biology and transgenic plant analysis is required. The candidate will primarily direct the daily activities and goals of a team of scientists working at the bench, and interface closely with a team of molecular biologists in a highly cross-functional and collaborative atmosphere. Duties extend to oversight of greenhouse plant growth, propagation, sourcing and transgenic plant maintenance. He/She will report directly to the CSO and is expected to contribute intellectually to the company’s goals.
Role Responsibilities
• Develop near-term and long-range team goals aligned with company objectives and provide daily leadership and oversight of the plant transformation team.
• Develop and implement well-established and novel approaches to nuclear transformation in soybean, canola, sorghum, corn and other crops, including attention to intellectual property considerations.
• Manage the successful delivery of focused project goals for third party collaborations, including outward facing project reporting.
• Establish good laboratory and greenhouse practices, database tracking and stewardship oversight of all discovery and production projects.
• Regular and clear communication of research progress and results to team members and company leadership.
Preferred Qualifications
• Education and Training: PhD degree with a minimum of 10+ years’ relevant experience in tissue culture and transformation is strongly preferred.
• Transformation Experience: Proven record of success and hands-on experience in plant transformation discovery and systems improvement.
• Leadership and Agility: Independent and able to perform under tight timelines and with the agility to change course as needed in a fast-moving startup atmosphere.
• Organization: Excellent planner, critical thinker, project and people manager with a demonstrated ability to efficiently execute project tasks.
• Broad Scientific Knowledge: Strong understanding of molecular biology, plant gene expression and transformation vector technologies.
• Communication Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to express complex ideas concisely.
• Problem Solver: Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, capable of finding creative solutions to challenges.
What You'll Get from Us
• Compensation: Competitive Base Salary with Bonus
• Equity in a growing seed stage company
• Excellent Benefits: Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
• Unlimited PTO
Location
This position is based in St. Louis, MO. The successful applicant will help us leverage the benefits of the vibrant 39N Ag Tech ecosystem and connections with Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and other prominent institutions/industry players in St. Louis area.
Cquesta is an equal opportunity employer, promoting diversity and inclusion throughout the organization. We offer a dynamic and collaborative work environment where individuals are empowered to contribute to the company's growth and success. As the Director of Transformation, you will play a vital role in shaping Cquesta's future and driving the adoption of nature-based carbon sequestration solutions in the agriculture industry. Join our passionate and innovative team on this exciting journey towards a more sustainable future.
3/20/2024
PLANT STRESS LAB – POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPUniversity of Cape TownCape Town, Cape Town, South AfricaPhDPurpose:
The Plant Stress Lab, under the leadership of Prof Jill Farrant aims to gain a comprehensive understanding of the mechanisms of desiccation tolerance in resurrection plants to ultimately apply this knowledge towards the production of drought tolerant crops. A multidisciplinary Systems Biology approach is utilized in which disciplines of molecular biology (all omics), physiology, cell biology, ecology, microbiology and biotechnology are employed for functional understanding of the phenomenon of vegetative desiccation tolerance and employed towards applied outputs. We are looking for a plant based microbiologist with experience in omics and associated expertise in bioinformatics required for analysis of such datasets.
Applications are invited for the fellowship from suitably qualified individuals.
The successful applicant will be working with PI’s Profs Jill Farrant, Henk Hilhorst and Suhail Rafudeen and a strong team of fellow PDRF’s on micobiomes specific for resurrection plants and their applications in crop improvement. For further information see our profiles on Academics | University of Cape Town (uct.ac.za)
Conditions:
• Applicants must have completed their doctoral degrees within the last 5 years and may not previously have held a permanent professional or academic post.
• As part of his/her/their professional development, the successful candidate may be required to supervise postgraduate students of the Plant Stress Lab.
• The successful applicant will be required to comply with the university’s approved policies, procedures, and practises for the postdoctoral sector.
Value and tenure:
The value of the fellowship is R 200,000 tenable for 1 year, with options for extension for a further year.
Academic criteria:
Applicants should have qualified with a doctoral degree covering aspects of microbiology, plant molecular biology and bioinformatics. Demonstration of knowledge of plant physiology is a strong recommendation and affinity with microbiomics is a plus.
The successful applicant will be required to register as a Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Cape Town as soon as possible in 2024.
Application requirements:
Applicants should submit a short description of their research interests, a CV including a publication list, copies of their academic transcripts, and email addresses of at least two references with whom the applicant has worked alongside, was taught by, or was supervised by. Please supply this in one PDF file.
Selection process:
Only eligible and complete applications will be considered by the PI’s of this research. Qualifying interviews will be given to top candidates.
Closing date:
Applications must be submitted by no later than 31 March, 2024
Contact details for submission of applications and for enquiries please contact Keren Cooper at [email protected]
3/12/2024
PLANT STRESS LAB – POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPUniversity of Cape TownCape Town, Cape Town, South AfricaPhDPurpose:
The Plant Stress Lab, under the leadership of Prof Jill Farrant aims to gain a comprehensive understanding of the mechanisms of desiccation tolerance in resurrection plants to ultimately apply this knowledge towards the production of drought tolerant crops. A multidisciplinary Systems Biology approach is utilized in which disciplines of molecular biology (all omics), physiology, cell biology, ecology, microbiology and biotechnology are employed for functional understanding of the phenomenon of vegetative desiccation tolerance and towards applied outputs. We are looking for a trained biotechnologist to facilitate transformation of select crops for improved drought tolerance.
Applications are invited for the fellowship from suitably qualified individuals.
The successful applicant will be working with Profs Jill Farrant, Henk Hilhorst and Dr Llewellyn van der Pas from UCT Academics | University of Cape Town (uct.ac.za) and Dr Renato Delmondez De Castro, Federal University of Bahia (UFBA), Brazil. The candidate will be responsible for setting up a platform for the transformation of castor bean (Ricinus communis), Bambara bean (Vigna subterranea) and teff (Eragrostis tef) with selected genes/gene pathways identified in our prior research.
Conditions:
• Applicants must have completed their doctoral degrees within the last 5 years and may not previously have held a permanent professional or academic post.
• As part of his/her/their professional development, the successful candidate may be required to supervise postgraduate students of the Plant Stress Lab.
• The successful applicant will be required to comply with the university’s approved policies, procedures, and practises for the postdoctoral sector.
Value and tenure:
The value of the fellowship is R 200,000 tenable for 1 year, with options for extension for a further year.
Academic criteria:
Applicants should have qualified with a doctoral degree covering aspects of plant physiology, molecular biology and biotechnology. They should demonstrate experience in techniques involving gene cloning, protein expression, plant transformation and be familiar with bioinformatic and statistical tools. Expertise in the use of CRISPR technology and plant physiology will be a strong recommendation.
The successful applicant will be required to register as a Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Cape Town as soon as possible in 2024.
Application requirements:
Applicants should submit a short description of their research interests, a CV including a publication list, copies of their academic transcripts, and email addresses of at least two references with whom the applicant has worked alongside, was taught by, or was supervised by. Please supply this in one PDF file.
Selection process:
Only eligible and complete applications will be considered by the PI’s of this research. Qualifying interviews will be given to top candidates.
Closing date:
Applications must be submitted by no later than 31 March, 2024
Contact details for submission of applications and for enquiries please contact Keren Cooper at [email protected]
3/12/2024
Plant Transformation Team LeadSolis AgrosciencesSt. Louis, MO, United StatesSolis Agrosciences is a growing AgTech company providing product design and enabling technology platform services to support plant science companies and researchers in accelerating the pace of scientific discovery and commercialization. We are currently seeking a Plant Transformation Team Lead to join our team. We are located in the 39 North Ag Biotech district of St. Louis, Missouri.
Position Summary:
The successful candidate will be an expert in plant tissue culture and transformation technologies, with strong working knowledge of corn and/or soybean cell biology. The successful candidate will lead a small team of plant tissue culture scientists performing both production transformation services as well as transformation technology development. The candidate will work primarily at the bench, collaborating closely with other cell and molecular biologists in a team-oriented, energetic and cross-functional atmosphere.
Key Responsibilities:
Independently perform Agrobacterium based plant transformations and related laboratory work for projects while also collaborating closely with other cell and molecular biologists.
Directly supervise a small team of plant tissue culture scientists, providing guidance, training, and coaching as needed for them to excel.
Drive ongoing efficiency improvements throughout the plant tissue culture process.
Contribute to client project plan development including identifying key milestones and establishing timelines for delivery.
Assist in workflow and capacity planning to maximize resource utilization.
Maintain detailed and organized records of project data and other materials.
Communicate research progress and results regularly, clearly, and in an actionable manner to team members and company leadership.
Required Qualifications:
Must have a minimum of 7 years relevant post-graduate experience in an agtech industry setting specialized in plant tissue culture and transformation. PhD strongly preferred but not required.
Proven track record of success and hands-on experience in plant transformation systems improvement in an ag industry setting.
Highly agile and able to multitask, change course, or take on new assignments as needed to meet timelines and deliver results.
Familiarity with molecular biology, plant gene expression, and transformation vector technologies.
Experienced people manager providing guidance and direction to team members.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Preferred Qualifications:
Experience in an ag biotech industry setting, preferably within a production laboratory.
Familiarity with gene-editing in plants.
Familiarity with LEAN, 5S, or other process improvement approaches.
Familiarity with project management tools such as Smartsheet and electronic laboratory data management software such as ELN and LIMS.
3/12/2024
Tissue Culture Laboratory SupervisorOhalo GeneticsMills River, NC, United States3+ years hands-on plant tissue culture experienceOhalo Genetics is seeking a highly motivated Tissue Culture Lab Supervisor to help us optimize and expand our small plant tissue culture lab. The successful candidate will be detail-oriented, enthusiastic about hands-on work, and responsible. Prior experience in a plant breeding or plant tissue culture laboratory is necessary and prior supervisory experience is a plus. The tissue culture lab supervisor will work closely with our greenhouse staff and scientists to ensure the overall success of the laboratory.3/12/2024
Postdoctoral Fellow

UNC Greensboro

Greensboro, NC, United StatesPhDA Post Doctoral position is immediately available in the laboratory of Dr. Ayalew Osena (https://biology.uncg.edu/osena-lab/) UNC Greensboro, NC, USA.
The postdoctoral researcher is expected to work both independently and in close collaboration with the principal investigator (PI) and students to optimize Agrobacterium transformation of underutilized cereals and work on improvements of desirable trait.
Major duties include plant tissue culture, designing genetic constructs for Agrobacterium transformation, phenotyping and genotyping of genetically modified/edited plants, data analysis and publishing research findings in peer-reviewed journals in a timely manner to meet project milestones, presenting research progress at lab and departmental seminars, and professional conferences, summarizing data for annual report writing for the funding agency and contributing to grant writing, maintaining details and accurate records of research activities, ensuring compliance with safety protocols, and participation in graduate and undergraduate student mentoring.
Preferred expertise includes molecular cloning such as Golden Gate cloning, Gibson assembly etc., plant tissue culture and Agrobacterium transformation of model and crop plants. Expertise in monocot transformation is a plus. Expertise in plant genome editing is preferred. Preference will be given to a candidate with a strong and related publication records.
Minimum Qualifications:
Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, Plant Biotechnology, genetics or related fields.
To apply, visit https://spartantalent.uncg.edu/postings/28408
UNCG is an EOE/AA/M/F/D/V employer and are strongly committed to increasing faculty diversity.
3/5/2024 
Senior Research Associate in Molecular BiologySolis AgrosciencesSt. Louis, MO, United StatesSolis Agrosciences is a growing AgTech company providing product design and enabling technology platform services to support plant science companies and researchers in accelerating the pace of scientific discovery and commercialization. We are currently seeking a Molecular Biologist to join our team as a Senior Research Associate. We are located in the 39 North Ag Biotech district of St. Louis, Missouri.
Position Summary:
The successful candidate will be an expert in routine techniques and technologies used in the characterization of gene-edited and/or transgenic plants. The Senior Research Associate, as a member of the Molecular team, will work primarily at the bench, collaborating closely with other cell and molecular biologists in a team-oriented, energetic, and cross-functional atmosphere, to execute experiments that deliver high quality data to our customers.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
Perform routine extraction and purification of nucleic acids to meet defined QC standards
Perform transgenic plant molecular analyses to determine transgene copy number, expression level, and heritability, including PCR, Western Blot, and other molecular biology methods as required
Perform gene-edited plant molecular analysis to determine editing efficiency, zygosity of resulting plants, and confirmation of no foreign DNA
Perform routine bioinformatics analysis for primer design, guide design, and sequence analysis
Follow all SOPs and document experiments accordingly
Analyze data and compile detailed summary reports
Develop and validate molecular assays as needed
Assist with other laboratory tasks, as needed, such as plant tissue sampling and/or protoplast transient assays
Communicate research progress and results regularly, clearly, and in an actionable manner to team members and company leadership
Maintain detailed and organized records of project data and other materials as needed, including inventories of plasmids, bacterial strains, and glycerol stocks
Contribute to routine laboratory cleanliness and organization; follow all laboratory safety and compliance protocols
Required Qualifications:
Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Biology, Biotechnology, etc.)
Direct, hands-on experience with the design and execution of basic molecular biology techniques, including nucleic acid extraction and quantification, PCR, gel electrophoresis, cloning (in bacteria and Agrobacterium), and vector design
Direct, hands-on experience with common Bioinformatics tools used in routine molecular biology applications, such as primer design, guide design, sequence analysis and annotation, and plasmid map construction
Independent self-starter able to perform under tight timelines in a fast-moving startup atmosphere
Highly agile and able to multitask, change course or take on new assignments as needed to meet timelines and deliver high quality results
Excellent planner, organizer, critical thinker, and problem solver to drive successful outcomes
Preferred Qualifications:
Experience in an agbiotech industry setting, preferably within a production laboratory
Familiarity with gene-editing in plants
Familiarity with LEAN, 5S or other process improvement approaches
Familiarity with Smartsheet and Benchling software
2/29/2024 
Research Scientist – Crop TransformationCorteva AgriscienceJohnston, Iowa, United StatesPhDCorteva Agriscience is a publicly traded, global pure-play agriculture company that provides farmers around the world with the most complete portfolio in the industry – including a balanced and diverse mix of seed, crop protection and digital solutions focused on maximizing productivity to enhance yield and profitability. The Crop Genome Engineering division of Genome Center of Excellence at Corteva Agriscience has an exciting opportunity for highly dedicated, motivated, and organized individual with a strong experience on optimizing protoplast extraction, transfection, and regeneration to fill a full-time position as Research Scientist. This Research Scientist position will be a key contributor to a research team for specialty crop genome editing projects. The candidate will work primarily in the lab, closely with other team members in a collaborative and cross-functional atmosphere to develop transgene-free genome editing technologies for specialty crops.
Responsibilities – What You Will Do:
Lead efforts in developing and implementing novel approaches to optimize specialty crop transformation using different types of explants, including but not limited to protoplast
Provide scientific expertise and work effectively as an individual contributor and collaboratively with team members and cross-functional teams
Participate in designing and executing new technology development or process improvement activities, including experimental plan, data collection and analysis, troubleshooting, maintaining and organizing detailed research records
Regular and clear communicate your research progress and results to both team members and leadership
Follow company safety policies, protocols, and procedures, and ensure a safe working environment for self and team members
Qualifications
Requirements – What Skills You Need:
Ph.D. in biological science such as molecular biology, cell biology, genetics, and biotechnology with 1-4 years of postdoc experience in relevant plant biology field
Proven track record of success on executing multi-crop transformation research projects, especially specialty crops
Excellent knowledge in plant tissue culture and hands-on experience in optimizing protoplast extraction, transfection and regeneration
Excellent knowledge in molecular biology, plant gene expression and transformation vector technologies
Excellent communication and collaboration skills, with the ability to work effectively with team members and cross-functional teams
Ability to multi-task and take on new assignments as necessary
Excellent planner, organizer, critical thinker, and problem solver, with a demonstrated ability to efficiently execute project tasks
Effective written and verbal communication skills
Benefits – How We’ll Support You:
Numerous development opportunities offered to build your skills
Be part of a company with a higher purpose and contribute to making the world a better place
Health benefits for you and your family on your first day of employment
Four weeks of paid time off and two weeks of well-being pay per year, plus paid holidays
Excellent parental leave which includes a minimum of 16 weeks for mother and father
Future planning with our competitive retirement savings plan and tuition reimbursement program
Learn more about our total rewards package here – Corteva Benefits
Check out life at Corteva! www.linkedin.com/company/corteva/life
Are you a good match? Apply today! We seek applicants from all backgrounds to ensure we get the best, most creative talent on our team.
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Corteva Agriscience™ is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to boldly embracing the power of inclusion, diversity, and equity to enrich the lives of our employees and strengthen the performance of our company, while advancing equity in agriculture. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability or any other protected class. Discrimination, harassment and retaliation are inconsistent with our values and will not be tolerated. If you require a reasonable accommodation to search or apply for a position, please visit:
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2/27/2024 

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