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Applications are invited for a 2-year postdoc position in the field of bioacoustics
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The successful candidate will become an essential member of a multidisciplinary team of scientists
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This is a 2–year position from 1 February 2024 or as soon possible.
Aarhus University invites applications for a position as Postdoc in the field of cancer, inflammation and plasmacytoid dendritic cells
Are you interested in advanced X-ray characterization of new multifunctional nanotechnology-based materials for complex wound healing applications?
Postdoctoral position in phytochemical and microbial mediated regulation of root-knot nematode infectivity
2-year postdoc opportunity investigating the surface properties of heterogeneous catalysts
The project pursues the design of poly(disulfides) for diverse applications, biomedical and/or every- day use of plastics.
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This project aims to uncover immunological processes involved in host defense against viral CNS infections...
Are you interested in research dealing with experimental and computational asymmetric organocatalysis?
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The Department of Mathematics is seeking top early-career researchers for a number of attractive two to three year postdoctoral positions within Mathematics and Probability Theory
fulltime 2-year postdoc position on: Making biodiversity inventories more efficient.
Exciting opportunity within the next generation of green communications infrastructure.
1.5 year postdoc position within physical chemistry and rheology of food proteins
Be part of what is probably the largest health science research department in Denmark
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Time-limited (5 years) part-time (50%) position as Professor in Biomedical Innovation
Are you interested in working at the interface between applied microbiology, bioprocess engineering, and microbial biotechnology?
Are you interested in working at the interface between applied microbiology, bioprocess engineering, microbial biotechnology, and chemical engineering and want to contribute to developing a game-changing biological CO2 to protein process?
Are you interested in non-target analysis and can you contribute to the development of our cross-disciplinary in environmental chemistry and toxicology?
Are you interested in how Arctic ungulates, such as the muskox, respond to climate change?
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