Within the EU project Bioindustry 4.0 innovative approaches for accessing, mobilizing, and integrating microbial data will be developed and established. BacDive, Mycobank and MIRRI-IS are the largest microbiological databases world-wide and join forces to create a new document-based database for assembling data in a new common format. The major aim is to provide access to information required for improving biotechnological processes and thereby to create novel opportunities for bioeconomy.
Join our team and help us to make microbial research data accessible!
The DSMZ is funded by the State of Lower Saxony and the German Federal government and is a member of the Leibniz Association. The DSMZ strives to increase the proportion of female scientists and encourages female candidates to apply. Disabled applicants with identical technical and personal qualifications will be preferentially selected. The DSMZ is an equal opportunity employer, supports balanced work-life career development, and holds the certificate of the audit berufundfamilie®.
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Applications are welcome in English or German and will be accepted on a rolling basis so early applicants are encouraged!
The deadline for this application is March 3rd, 2023, but we may continue to review applications until the position is filled.