Stellenangebote

BIOLOGIELABORANT/IN, BIOLOGISCH-TECHNISCHE/R ASSISTENT/IN

Für unseren Programmbereich Innovative Elektronenmikroskopie suchen wir zum schnellstmöglichen Eintrittstermin eine/n Biologielaborant/in, Biologisch-Technische/r Assistent/in für das vom Leibniz-Gemeinschaft finanzierte Projekt „Electron Microscopy of Labeled Protein Complex Subunits in Whole Cells in Liquid“.

Der Leibniz Research Cluster (LRC) Bio/Synthetische multifunktionale Mikro-Produktionseinheiten – Neuartige Wege zur Wirkstoffentwicklung

ist ein vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung gefördertes Vorhaben im Strategieprozess Biotechnologie 2020+.

Job Announcement: POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE FOR APPLIED ELECTROCHEMISTRY

To complement and further strengthen our research and development activities on synthesis and characterization of advanced energy materials, we seek to appoint a POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE FOR APPLIED ELECTROCHEMISTRY

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: SENIOR SCIENTIST AND GROUP LEADER “BIO INTERFACES”

To complement and further strengthen our research and development activities at the interface of materials, biology, and medicine, we seek to appoint a SENIOR SCIENTIST AND GROUP LEADER “BIO INTERFACES” (with tenure or tenure-track).

Junior research Group leader Position: Switchable Microfluidics

The INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials, situated in Saarbrücken, Germany, is an internationally leading center for materials research.

PHD OPENING – PHYSICS

INM is focused on the research and development of materials. Chemists, physicists, biologists, materials and engineering scientists shape the work at INM. From molecule to pilot production, they follow the recurring questions: Which material properties are new, how can they be investigated and how can they be used in the future? The nanotribology group at [...]

Stellenausschreibung Masterarbeit

„Entwicklung eines Verfahrens zur elektrolytischen Extraktion von Partikeln unterschiedlicher Zusammensetzung und Größenverteilung aus kohlenstoffarmen, mikrolegierten Stählen“