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Technical Officer, Crop Phenomics and Controlled Environments
We are looking for a Technical Officer to support our Aquatic and Crop Resource Development
Research Centre. Specifically, the Technical Officer will work within projects focused on: (1) the
development of plant (crop) phenotyping platforms, (2) installation of novel engineered systems for
plant growth, and (3) utilization of a variety of high-throughput imaging approaches to discover
beneficial crop traits.
NRC-CRNC, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 08/11/2020
Technical Officer, Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology
The Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology Team is looking for a Technical Officer
to support NRCâ€™s Aquatic and Crop Resource Development Research Centre.
NRC-CRNC, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 07/23/2020
Assistant Professor, Plant Synthetic Biology and Biotechnology
The Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Guelph invites
applications for a tenure-track position, at the rank of Assistant Professor, in the
area of Plant Synthetic Biology and Biotechnology. All applicants undertaking fundamental
synthetic biology research focused on areas including but not limited to engineering of
metabolic pathways, genomics and computational biology, genetic circuit redesign, biosensors,
and plant/microbial interactions with the goal of enhancing plant productivity are
encouraged to apply.
University of Guelph, Ontario, 06/29/2020
Technical Officer, Plant Pathology and Protection
NRC-CNRC is looking for a Research Officer (RO) specializing in plant lipid metabolism to broaden
and strengthen NRCâ€™s internationally recognized research activities in plant science.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 04/10/2020
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