We are looking for a student with interest in industrial techniques applied on small scale and interested to dive into a single molecule spectroscopy technique:
Die Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW umfasst neun Hochschulen mit über 12’000 Studierenden. An der Hochschule für Life Sciences ist per 01.04.2021 folgende Stelle mit Arbeitsort Muttenz zu besetzen:
WANTED: Research Associate – Tissue Engineering
WANTED: Senior Materials-Texture Scientist
We are offering full-time employment in an intellectually challenging environment. KU Leuven is a research-intensive, internationally oriented university that carries out both fundamental and applied scientific research. […]
The human brain contains 86 billion cells, which communicate via signaling molecules and electrical pulses with amplitudes comparable to the ones in currently used computers. […]
Are you a motivated student who would like to work in an interdisciplinary team of pharmacists, biologists and nanoscientists? Then this might be perfect for you.
This interdisciplinary topic offers fascinating possibilities for different research/thesis projects focusing on membrane protein biochemistry and biophysics.
11 OPEN POSITIONS AT NANOLUND
The doctoral positions will be hosted by one of the research groups in NanoLund, the Center for Nanoscience at Lund University. Candidates can freely apply for one or more of the following projects in frontline research […]
Detection of Highly Reactive Compounds in Aerosol Particles as an Indicator
for Particle Toxicity
Description: A recent study by the World Health Organisation estimates that 1 in 8 deaths globally are a result of air pollution exposure. Aerosol particles are the most toxic component of air pollution, and despite a wealth of evidence linking aerosol exposure to a range of diseases and respiratory conditions, the mechanisms responsible for this are poorly understood. A growing body of evidence suggests that highly reactive chemical compounds present in aerosol particles may play a crucial role in determining their toxicity. Detecting highly reactive chemical species poses an analytical-chemical challenge due to their high reactivity, low ambient concentration and inherently short lifetime; therefore new, innovative techniques are required to detect these chemical species and determine their influence on air pollution toxicity. […]