Postdoctoral researcher, research assistant and two PhDs available in Marine Ecology.
We are hiring!
As part of a new €1.3m project, Beyond biofuel: Advanced seaweed cultivation for marine biodiscovery and climate change mitigation, at Trinity College, we are now inviting applications to a postdoctoral researcher, research assistant and two PhD students. This multi-disciplinary project will test new methods for the cultivation of seaweed and develop new biomedical products while also quantifying the role of seaweed farming for mitigation of effects of climate change.
The project is led by Nessa O’Connor, Zoology, Trinity College and includes several collaborators including: Conor Buckley (Bioengineering, Trinity College); Trevor Hodkinson (Botany, Trinity College); Tasman Crowe, (University College Dublin)/ BiOrbic) and Jerry Murphy University College Cork/ MaREI).
Please get in touch (Principle Investigator: Nessa O’Connor; firstname.lastname@example.org). This project will start in September 2020.
This project is funded by the SFI President of Ireland Future Research Leaders Programme