Lawrence Berkeley National Lab’s ( ) Division has an opening for a Biological Engineering Project Scientist to join the Advanced Biofuels and Bioproducts Process Development Unit (ABPDU) team.
In this exciting role, you will be a part of the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) funded and located at the ABPDU in Emeryville, CA. The Process Integration and Scale-Up task within ABF aims to study cellular heterogeneity in bioreactor cultivation that starts at the inoculum level and rapidly amplifies during cultivation in bioreactors, leading to high levels of variability even among bioreactor replicates. The industry has generally come to accept this high level of variability, often 20%, as a standard for bioprocessing studies. You will design experiments to quantify cell-to-cell heterogeneity in bioreactors and devise solutions to address the variability problem and prolong biocatalysis during fermentation, enabling more robust biomanufacturing processes. This is a highly collaborative project and it is expected that the Project Scientist will be open to working with a number of different groups within and outside the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, including groups at other National Labs and universities. The learnings from these studies will not only be published but also tested with industrial collaborators at the ABPDU.
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Posted on : 18 days ago
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