Cyanobacterial Synthetic Biology postdoctoral position in Berkeley, CA for University of California Berkeley
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Cyanobacterial Synthetic Biology postdoctoral position
The Department of Plant and Microbial Biology at the University of California, Berkeley seeks applications for a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Melis Lab, in the areas of Cyanobacterial Synthetic Biology, at 100% time with an expected start date in 2022-23. The candidate will work to conduct synthetic biology research for the generation of specialty and commodity products, including: (i) Design and development of DNA constructs for high level expression of heterologous genes and recombinant proteins / biosynthetic pathways in cyanobacteria. (ii) Analysis of the results to inform the optimization required to improve the function of native and heterologous genes for product generation. The work involves the transformation of cyanobac

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