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PhD position in Microbiology at NIOZ: Department Marine Microbiology and Biogeochemistry (MMB), NIOZ invites applications from highly motivated candidates for filling up PhD position “Nitrogen fixation in the past” funded by the Netherlands Earth System Science Center (NESSC). This research project will be produced at the Department of Marine Microbiology and Biogeochemistry, Royal NIOZ, Texel (Principal Investigator dr. Nicole Bale).

About the project: The aim of this research project is to understand the crucial role that microorganisms play in regulating global biogeochemical cycles, including primary productivity, carbon sequestration, and changing climate. Researcher will work to utilize high-resolution analytical approaches, including Orbitrap accurate mass LC-MS, to identify and quantify biomarkers. Selected candidates will extract and analyze organic biomarkers, particularly those associated with nitrogen fixating cyanobacteria, including symbiotic species.

Position: PhD Position

Fellowship: As per norms.

Location: NIOZ TEXEL

Duration: maximum 5 years

Educational qualifications: Interested and eligible candidates must have master degree in (organic) geochemistry (analytical) chemistry and/or a related field with interest in analyzing natural systems, often under demanding conditions. Excellent communication skills and an open collaborative attitude are essential.

Closing Date: March 6th 2020

How to apply: Interested and eligible applicants may apply online mode with Application (cover letter), CV, Diploma (MSc) by or before March 6th 2020 through the link given below.

Quick Overview——–
Organization Royal NIOZ Texel
Position PhD position
Country   Netherlands
Subject areas Geochemistry/ Marine Microbiology/ Chemistry
Fellowship As per norms
Eligibility Master Degree in related subjects.
Deadline March 6th 2020

For more information: For detailed announcement and instructions for submission of application, eligibility requirements, other terms and conditions, please visit the link given below.


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