|Salary:||Competitive and attractive salary and generous company pension plan|
|Placed On:||8th February 2023|
|Closes:||28th February 2023|
Roslin Technologies is an ambitious, cutting‐edge biotech company focused on food and agriculture. Our mission is to advance disruptive biotechnologies to improve how we produce proteins. Alternative proteins are key for a more sustainable food system. We envision a world where we can produce animal proteins without harming our health, the planet, or animals and ensure everyone has access to affordable, nutritious proteins.
Our main focus is on developing animal cell technologies for the emerging cultivated meat sector. We develop stem cell lines using ground-breaking technologies, including Embryonic (EDSCs) and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC). We provide these cell lines to cultivated meat producers globally who will use these cell lines to develop and produce cultivated meat. Our approach is unique to this sector both in terms of technology and business model. Our animal cell lines are playing a key role in bringing the reality of cultivated meat closer.
Our brilliant team of experts are passionate, curious, inventive and at the forefront of the ground-breaking work being accomplished in this rapidly growing, cultivated meat sector.
About The Role
This is an exciting career opportunity for a Post-Doctoral Scientist to join our stem cell group, led by Dr Joe Mee. We are seeking an ambitious post-Doctoral scientist with stem cell biology experience to join our team on a 3-year project, funded by Innovate UK, to develop European Lobster and Shrimp stem cell lines for cultivated seafood products. You will be involved in applying Roslin Technologies’ cutting-edge stem cell approaches to crustacea, this will require extensive experience of tissue culture, stem cell biology, molecular genetics and cellular analysis.
This group develops bespoke stem cell lines primarily for cellular agriculture and aquaculture. The group are at the forefront of animal stem cell technologies, having derived induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) from species such as the pig and sheep.
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