College of Life Sciences
Limited availability of fossil fuels stimulates the search for different energy resources. The use of biofuels is one of the alternatives. Sugars derived from the grain of agricultural crops can be used to produce biofuel but these crops occupy fertile soils needed for food and feed production. Fast growing plants such as poplar, eucalyptus, or various grass residues such as corn stover and sugarcane bagasse do not compete and can be a sustainable source for biofuel.
The College of Life Sciences is committed to a programme of maximizing the impact of its research in terms of the social and educational benefits to society. The College has planned a range of projects which include:
a) the establishment of Flexilab- a resource that will enable schools to visit a laboratory facility established for teaching school children but also provide outreach visits to schools with suitable equipment to learn from experiments designed with researchers at the College,
College Finance Office
Job share 50% working Wednesday (morning only), Thursday and Friday
Fixed term for 1 year
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced systems analyst with a strong background in finance systems to join the Finance team within the College of Life Sciences.
Grade 8 (£37,382 - £44,607)
Life Sciences Computing
This is a rare and fantastic opportunity to work with a team to design, implement and maintain an integrated, scalable High Performance Computing and private cloud infrastructure that will underpin informatics research at the leading edge of both Life Sciences and Medical research.
Wash Up Facility
A technical assistant is required to work in the Wash Up Facility of the College of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee.
The post is part time working 23.5 hours a week over 5 days and will be for a period of 9 months, the anticipated period of maternity leave.
Wash Up Facility
A technical assistant is required to work in the Wash Up Facility within the College of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee.
This facility supports the varied research undertaken in the College and the requirements of the post includes the routine collection of glassware to be washed and sterilized, collection and processing of waste from the research labs and cleaning and maintenance of tissue culture suites.
Autoclaves, sterilizing ovens and glass washers are used in the post and full training will be given.