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Technician (Core Facility)

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The role
Bristol Veterinary School are recruiting a General Duties Facility Technician to help provide basic, but crucial support for the teaching and research programmes at the Langford Campus.  
What will you be doing?
The successful candidates will join an award-winning technical team and will form part of the wider technical team within the Veterinary School. Primary responsibilities to include general laboratory maintenance, autoclaving and waste management.
For more information please read the Job Description and Further Particulars.
You should apply if
You have proven experience of working in a similar environment, or equivalent practical skills learned in an alternative environment
You have excellent organisational skills, with the ability to deal with and prioritise a range of ongoing tasks at the same time
You have a relevant qualification at GCSE, or NVQ level 2/3, or equivalent level, or equivalent work experience
We welcome applicants who would like the challenge of a varied role which has plenty of opportunity for further training and development.

This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 18/12/2022
For informal enquiries please contact Sharon Holt: [email protected] / 07980 746183 or Stuart Pope: [email protected] / 0117 928 9470
The University of Bristol aims to be a place where everyone feels able to be themselves and do their best in an inclusive working environment where all colleagues can thrive and reach their full potential. We want to attract, develop, and retain individuals with different experiences, backgrounds and perspectives – particularly people of colour, LGBT+ and disabled people – because diversity of people and ideas remains integral to our excellence as a global civic institution.

Technician (Core Facility)

Agriculture Food & Veterinary - UK Jobs

The role
Bristol Veterinary School are recruiting a General Duties Facility Technician to help provide basic, but crucial support for the teaching and research programmes at the Langford Campus.  
What will you be doing?
The successful candidates will join an award-winning technical team and will form part of the wider technical team within the Veterinary School. Primary responsibilities to include general laboratory maintenance, autoclaving and waste management.
For more information please read the Job Description and Further Particulars.
You should apply if
You have proven experience of working in a similar environment, or equivalent practical skills learned in an alternative environment
You have excellent organisational skills, with the ability to deal with and prioritise a range of ongoing tasks at the same time
You have a relevant qualification at GCSE, or NVQ level 2/3, or equivalent level, or equivalent work experience
We welcome applicants who would like the challenge of a varied role which has plenty of opportunity for further training and development.

This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 18/12/2022
For informal enquiries please contact Sharon Holt: [email protected] / 07980 746183 or Stuart Pope: [email protected] / 0117 928 9470
The University of Bristol aims to be a place where everyone feels able to be themselves and do their best in an inclusive working environment where all colleagues can thrive and reach their full potential. We want to attract, develop, and retain individuals with different experiences, backgrounds and perspectives – particularly people of colour, LGBT+ and disabled people – because diversity of people and ideas remains integral to our excellence as a global civic institution.

Agricultural Technician

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Please note, this post is full time at 37 hours per week. 22.5 hours per week are permanent, 14.5 hours per week are fixed term until 31 March 2024.
Interview Date: Tuesday 24 January 2023
Reference: COS560A
Please note this contract will be 0.6 FTE permanent. An additional 0.4 FTE will be fixed term until 31 March 2024 (pending the allocation of further funding).
This post is based within the Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology (LIAT) and will provide technical support in the design, preparation and maintenance of agricultural trials, experiments and demonstration areas for teaching and research purposes.
Key areas of focus for LIAT are agri-robotics, precision agriculture, agronomy, agroforestry, engineering, soils and water. These topics are indicative of what is delivered now but these areas will increase and become more varied as our research and teaching portfolios grow.
An area undergoing recent expansion within LIAT is Lincoln Agri Robotics (LAR), a £6.4M project funded by the Expanding Excellence in England fund via Research England. The project aims to research and develop innovative technology and process solutions for the agri-food pipeline, with a focus on arable crops (e.g. wheat) and horticulture (e.g. strawberries and garden vegetables).
The LIAT team also work closely with colleagues from many specialisms across the University to deliver team-based projects that are relevant to the future needs of agriculture and the agri-food industry.
This Agricultural Technician post will provide specialist technical support to the staff and students working with and associated with LAR and the wider LIAT team. The post holder will play a leading role to support the team in undertaking research and innovation activities on agricultural cereal, fruit and vegetable crops.   An essential part of the role will be the support and facilitation of key training programmes, including workshops and summer schools.
LIAT is a rapidly developing institute in the College of Science focussed on research and learning. LIAT’s activities are extensive with impact on both an academic and commercial scale. They range from delivering professional short courses in agricultural subjects, through innovative applied biological, engineering and computer science research to international projects in developing countries.
Further details:

We strive for a diverse workforce with the very best employees and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all. The University encourages applications from underrepresented groups inclusive of Black, Asian and other minoritised/marginalised ethnic groups, all gender identities and expressions from the LGBT+ community, candidates with a disability, and those that practise different faiths and beliefs, to enhance our One Community where we strive to be kind, patient, and supportive of each other.
Please note: If you think you may require a visa to work in the UK please refer to UK Visas and Immigration or UK Visas – Information for Prospective Staff before embarking upon an application to ensure that you understand the requirements for sponsorship. You may be eligible to work in the UK via other alternative visa routes such as the Global Talent Visa or by having Settlement / ILR, please refer to the UK Visas pages above for further details.

Agricultural Technician

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Please note, this post is full time at 37 hours per week. 22.5 hours per week are permanent, 14.5 hours per week are fixed term until 31 March 2024.
Interview Date: Tuesday 24 January 2023
Reference: COS560A
Please note this contract will be 0.6 FTE permanent. An additional 0.4 FTE will be fixed term until 31 March 2024 (pending the allocation of further funding).
This post is based within the Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology (LIAT) and will provide technical support in the design, preparation and maintenance of agricultural trials, experiments and demonstration areas for teaching and research purposes.
Key areas of focus for LIAT are agri-robotics, precision agriculture, agronomy, agroforestry, engineering, soils and water. These topics are indicative of what is delivered now but these areas will increase and become more varied as our research and teaching portfolios grow.
An area undergoing recent expansion within LIAT is Lincoln Agri Robotics (LAR), a £6.4M project funded by the Expanding Excellence in England fund via Research England. The project aims to research and develop innovative technology and process solutions for the agri-food pipeline, with a focus on arable crops (e.g. wheat) and horticulture (e.g. strawberries and garden vegetables).
The LIAT team also work closely with colleagues from many specialisms across the University to deliver team-based projects that are relevant to the future needs of agriculture and the agri-food industry.
This Agricultural Technician post will provide specialist technical support to the staff and students working with and associated with LAR and the wider LIAT team. The post holder will play a leading role to support the team in undertaking research and innovation activities on agricultural cereal, fruit and vegetable crops.   An essential part of the role will be the support and facilitation of key training programmes, including workshops and summer schools.
LIAT is a rapidly developing institute in the College of Science focussed on research and learning. LIAT’s activities are extensive with impact on both an academic and commercial scale. They range from delivering professional short courses in agricultural subjects, through innovative applied biological, engineering and computer science research to international projects in developing countries.
Further details:

We strive for a diverse workforce with the very best employees and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all. The University encourages applications from underrepresented groups inclusive of Black, Asian and other minoritised/marginalised ethnic groups, all gender identities and expressions from the LGBT+ community, candidates with a disability, and those that practise different faiths and beliefs, to enhance our One Community where we strive to be kind, patient, and supportive of each other.
Please note: If you think you may require a visa to work in the UK please refer to UK Visas and Immigration or UK Visas – Information for Prospective Staff before embarking upon an application to ensure that you understand the requirements for sponsorship. You may be eligible to work in the UK via other alternative visa routes such as the Global Talent Visa or by having Settlement / ILR, please refer to the UK Visas pages above for further details.

Veterinary Nurse – Surgical

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UE06, starting salary of £31,728.90 per annum (pro rata and depending upon experience)
MVM/R(D)SVS/Hospital for Small Animals
Open-ended (Permanent) contract
Part time, averaging 23.3hours/week, paid overtime accrued with additional shift cover 
Comprised of 10-hour shifts, with 1 hour unpaid lunch (8.30am-7.30pm) working 4 shifts on and 8 shifts off
We are proud that our RVNs are leading in pay, setting Edinburgh University a front runner in the veterinary field. Due to internal staff movement, we have an exciting opportunity to join our dedicated surgical nursing team at the Hospital for Small Animals. This role involves rotating between working in our theatre suites and caring for ward-based patients. 
There are three posts that make up 365 days of rolling cover, you will work four shifts on and eight off. You will also provide cover for each other’s annual leave or other absences, accruing paid overtime as you do so. These posts provide an excellent work/life balance for successful candidates.  
You will work in Hospital for Small Animals, located just 8 miles south of Edinburgh city centre, which is set in a stunning location with onsite gardens and idyllic walks just minutes away. We have a robust training programme where you will learn about all areas of the hospital from our experience nursing team.
The Opportunity:
You will get the opportunity to be immersed in specialist procedures and provide excellent pre and post – operative care to our ward patients. 
Our surgical nurses provide support to: 
Orthopaedic 
Neurology 
Ophthalmology 
Soft Tissue 
Cardiopulmonary  
Internal Medicine  
Dermatology 
We have advanced imaging equipment and facilities, including:
MRI
CT
fluoroscopy
electrodiagnostic equipment (for EEG and EMG and BAER)
Working with colleagues in other services such as physiotherapy (REPAIR centre) and oncology, we can offer a complete range of cutting edge diagnostic and treatments, to provide a truly holistic approach to care.
Your skills and attributes for success:
Must be an RCVS registered veterinary nurse (RVN)
Excellent organisational and communications skills are essential
Keen dedication to teaching the next generation of veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses is a must.  
Staff benefits include:
Staff discount for pet treatment. 
Amazing onsite perks:

We have a generous £800 per annum external CPD allowance, paid CPD days and abundant free internal CPD.    
Additional shift cover opportunities available, accruing overtime for additional hours worked.
Holiday entitlement of 32 days + 4 days of public holiday per annum (pro rata), rising to 36 days + 4 days public holiday after 5 years’ service (pro rata)
If you have any questions, please direct them to senior surgical nurse Shirley Simpson, [email protected] 
Click to view a copy of the full job description
As a valued member of our team you can expect:
An exciting, positive, creative, challenging and rewarding place to work. We give you support, nurture your talent and reward success. You will benefit from a competitive reward package and a wide range of staff benefits, which includes a generous holiday entitlement, a defined benefits pension scheme , staff discounts, family friendly initiatives, flexible working and much more. Click to access our staff benefits page for further information and use our reward calculator to find out the total value of pay and benefits provided.

Named Veterinary Surgeon

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Open Ended 28 – 35 Hours per week
1 post
This is an excellent opportunity for a veterinary surgeon to join the Bioresearch & Veterinary Services (BVS) department at the University of Edinburgh. BVS provides biomedical research services including Home Office and Named Veterinary Services across the University. We work within a large and diverse scientific community and oversees all aspects of welfare, breeding and husbandry of rodents, fish, farm animals and poultry used in biomedical research, under the Animal (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986. BVS is looking to recruit a Named Veterinary Surgeon (NVS) to join our enthusiastic and experienced NVS team supporting our world-leading research.
The Named Vets in BVS play a key role in supporting our research, training, Culture of Care and engagement with the 3Rs. Each NVS looks after a dedicated area, providing animal care advice, support to researchers and technicians and in house Personal Licence training. This includes a 1 in 4 on-call rota. The Named Vets work as a team to develop key aspects of our processes and procedures so that we are always trying to improve the quality of our research and the welfare of the animals under our care. The post holder will participate in the ethical review process and be part of the University’s Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Body. This role would suit an experienced NVS or veterinary surgeon with research experience who is keen to work independently and develop their own skills and interests whilst part of a friendly team who are striving to care for animals and staff alike. Vets without NVS experience will also be considered if they bring relevant clinical experience and enthusiasm to the role. This post may particularly suit an applicant with large animal or mixed practice experience. Applicants should be members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience Needed for the Job
Essential
Member of Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (or eligible)
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Highly motivated and able to show initiative and work independently
Clinical veterinary experience
The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with registration number SC005336. Is e buidheann carthannais a th’ ann an Oilthigh Dhùn Èideann, clàraichte an Alba, àireamh clàraidh SC005336.

Deputy Biofacility Manager/NACWO

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We are currently looking for a Deputy Bio facility Manager within UBS.
Applications are invited for a motivated and experienced Chief Animal Technician/Deputy Manager to be part of a hard working team in a busy biomedical services facility situated in South Cambridge. 
The successful candidate will assist the Biofacility Manager with the day to day management of the facility and deputise in their absence.  As Deputy Manager, the successful candidate will co-ordinate the animal husbandry work of the facility. You will assist the Biofacility Manager with the recruitment, training and assessment of new staff with in-house policies and procedures as well as working to Home Office regulations and performance management. You will manage both licenced and unlicensed scientific procedures along with daily husbandry and maintenance to assist the technicians as required. You are responsible for the maintenance of all necessary records, referring any issues and concerns to the Biofacility Manager as necessary. This will include the use of IVC technology, supervision of day to day husbandry, breeding, maintenance and genotyping of genetically modified animals. Checking and recording environmental parameters and general condition of animals will be required on a daily basis.
The role holder will act as Named Animal Care and Welfare Officer (NACWO) for an area of the facility, and shall be the primary point of contact for the Project and Personal Licence holders, providing advice and guidance regarding Home Office regulations, reviewing study plans to ensure appropriate allocation of resources and compliance.
You will be able to work both independently and as part of a team, with experience supervising or managing staff. You will have IAT Level 3 or equivalent, Home Office Licence modules A – C and will be a Personal Licence holder. In depth experience of working within a biofacility is essential, as are excellent communication skills. You must be able to use a computerised data management system and have previous experience working in a supervisory / team leader role. Knowledge of relevant Home Office, and Health and Safety legislation is important, as is knowledge and experience in the principals of aseptic surgery and specialised breeding techniques.
The facility operates a rota system to provide animal care and essential husbandry at weekends and over Bank Holidays. The role holder will be required to be on an out of hours call out list.
Once an offer of employment has been accepted, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a health assessment and a security check. 
To apply for this vacancy, please click on the ‘Apply’ button above. This will route you to the University’s Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form.
Please quote reference AQ34474 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.
The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.

Lecturer in Patisserie (FE)

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Job Overview:

The Birmingham College of Food is currently looking for a skilled lecturer in patisserie. This is an exciting time to join our expanding team of chef lecturers. You will be teaching in our award-winning training restaurant where our students will be able to gain hands-on experience plating desserts. Our state-of-the-art skills kitchens and equipment will allow you to enhance and teach your wide knowledge of skills and expertise and enable you to teach learners the most recent and current practices replicated in the industry. These fantastic facilities make for impressionable learning opportunities for our FE learners.
Essential requirements for this role include:   
Experience of teaching or training students or employees within a professional setting
Exceptional Patisserie skills and plating desserts.
An ability to manage and motivate students or employees
High levels of organisational and administrative skills.
So, if you are looking to contribute to the next generation of expert Patisserie professionals, this is the perfect role for you…
UCB is committed to providing professional development opportunities and will support the completion of a recognised teaching qualification, if not already held.
Benefits:
50 days’ paid leave per year (38 days’ annual leave plus 12 bank holiday and concessionary days)
Teachers’ pension scheme
Private healthcare
Excellent staff development opportunities
Salary sacrifice car leasing, tech and cycle schemes
Heavily-subsidised on-site car parking
Hybrid Working Opportunities
Free On-site Gym Membership
Employee Assistance Programme
Closing Date:
Tuesday 3 January 2023 at midday
Interview Dates:
TBC 
Standard Information:
UCB is an equal opportunities employer.
University College Birmingham is proud to have been voted UK University of the Year in the prestigious 2022 Whatuni Student Choice Awards. We are also the best university for Student Support. The awards are voted for by students showcasing the incredible relationships we foster here at University College Birmingham between Staff and Students.
UCB has a unique collaborative partnership with the University of Warwick – Ranked sixth in the 2022 Guardian League Tables and named the runner-up in the Times University of the Year 2022 and the Times University of the Year 2022 for Teaching Quality.
All applicants for employment at the University will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the principles of Safeguarding and the PREVENT agenda in the context of further and higher education.

Research Associate Agricultural GHG Scientist

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We are an independent, not-for-profit research institute. Our 500 scientists supported by our experienced professional service teams, provide the data and insights that researchers, governments and businesses need to create a productive, resilient and healthy environment. 

We want you to love what you do whilst looking after yourself, so we support you with excellent things such as: 

27 days annual leave, rising to 29 days after 5 years 
Above standard pension contributions 
Enhanced maternity and paternity 
A flexible approach to work, enabling you to maintain a healthy work/life balance 
Charity donations 
24 hour, 365-day access to support with physical, mental, social, health or financial troubles 

Are you a motivated researcher looking to work with an energetic and vibrant team, within our Plant-Soil Interactions Group? You will explore how cutting-edge land management can reduce agricultural field greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and capture carbon. Helping to design and deliver several projects, from observational surveys to experiments in the field and laboratory, time management is crucial for project success and timely delivery. Having an interest in how field level GHG mitigation strategies relate to farm level GHG accounting, may give you the opportunity to explore and test farm GHG accounting tools. 

As an organisation we are passionate about developing our staff, this role includes a 3-year UKCEH Research Associate training program. This will offer you the opportunity to gain additional training and development to support you in your new role and runs parallel with the delivery of your work.

Responsibilities may include:  

Delivery and coordination of field and laboratory GHG mitigation experiments 
Statistical analysis of experimental data, producing high quality scientific outputs 
Synthesis and analysis of published data on innovative land management in farming systems 
Co-designing and delivering research outcomes, working with external research teams and industry partners 

Here are some essentials we are looking for: 

A PhD in an environmental or other relevant discipline 
Knowledge of terrestrial carbon cycling and greenhouse gas emissions  
Expertise and understanding of methods used to reduce agricultural GHG emissions and capture carbon 
Able to work collaboratively in a team 
A driving license to access remote field sites  
A track record of published research and ideas relating to terrestrial carbon and GHG cycling  
Ability to design and implement practical field and laboratory research, including statistical analysis, in plant and soil science 
It would be great if you also had: 

Knowledge or experience of process based GHG models or life cycle GHG accounting tools 
Awareness of Measurement, Verification and Reporting (MRV) frameworks for GHG accounting  
Knowledge of UK arable and/or livestock farming systems 

Now that we have your attention and have you excited about joining our team, please send us your CV and covering letter (telling us just how perfect you would be for this role) by clicking the apply button. If you would like to make an informal enquiry about this role, please contact Niall McNamara via [email protected] for more information. 

Once the closing date has been reached, or we receive sufficient applications this job ad will disappear, we recommend you take a copy now

BBSRC Food Consortium CTP PhD Studentship – Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Systems to Predict Food Product Shelf-life

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The Food Consortium CTP is looking for a PhD candidate for the BBSRC funded project “Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning systems to predict food product shelf-life”. The PhD will be completed in the University of Reading under the supervision of Professor Keshavan Niranjan (University of Reading) and Dr Francesca Giuffrida (Societes des Produits Nestlé).
The Food Consortium CTP comprises four major food manufacturers together with the largest UK-based independent science and technology provider and trainer for the food industry (Campden BRI), and the Haydn Green Institute (Nottingham University Business School).
This industry-led collaborative programme will develop highly skilled PhD researchers and provide an innovation ecosystem through collaboration and partnership. As a successful PhD candidate, you will be part of a larger cohort of students with the opportunity to form strong links to industry and be part of a supportive network of peers, academic supervisors, industrial supervisors, and training partners.
Business facing training will include concepts and issues to consider when commercialising early-stage science and technology, using tools to help evaluate innovation and commercialisation strategies.
About the Project
Lipids are a major constituent of foods which are worth around USD 50 Billion. Unsaturated lipid components [e.g. linoleic, arachidonic, eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids] undergo oxidation which severely impacts on food quality and shelf-stability through flavour and taste deterioration and decreases in nutritive value. This project hypothesises that Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning allow prediction of quality changes occurring in a product, or to formulate new food products which are stable. Such models result in a substantial reduction in food waste, time and resources.
The student will gain considerable training in experimental and mathematical modelling methods used in shelf-life and keeping quality assessment at the University of Reading. In addition, the student will be trained in the use of latest Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence methods and apply these to food systems – which is still an area in its infancy.
Nestlé Research Center based in Lausanne, Switzerland, will host the student giving the opportunity to be trained on the use of the state-of-the-art analytical techniques.
The student will also be given the opportunity to do a range of short courses at Reading University and complementary Soft Skills courses.
Entry Requirements
Candidates are expected to hold (or be about to obtain) a minimum upper second-class honours degree (or equivalent) in a related area/subject.  Equality, diversity and inclusion is fundamental to the success of the programme.  The full equality, diversity and inclusion plan for the Food Consortium is available on request.
Due to restrictions on the funding, this opportunity is only open to candidates who qualify as a Home student, as set out by the UKRI at View Website. The funding will include a tax free stipend (currently minimum £17,668 per year plus a £1540 enhancement from the industrial sponsor), support for tuition fees at the standard UK rate (currently £4,596 per year) and a contribution towards research costs (4 years award).
How To Apply
To apply, please submit an online application for a PhD in Food and Nutritional Sciences at https://www.risisweb.reading.ac.uk/si/sits.urd/run/siw_ipp_lgn.login?process=siw_ipp_app&code1=P_ADM&code2=0001&_ga=2.75077650.1495320261.1583744978-1661293698.1578304433 quoting reference GS22-053 in the ‘studentships applied for’ section.
Deadline for applications – 31 January 2023

Research Assistant (TIARA)

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Location: Bay Campus
Contract: This is a fixed term position (100% FTE) until end of March 2025.
Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant to study hydrophilic and hydrophobic fabrics for low water consumption of agricultural growth. You will join a multi-disciplinary research team at the Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) and work in cutting edge research labs at the Swansea University Bay Campus. The project; Turning Sand into Farmland (TIARA) is in direct response to UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office to meet UK and Qatar Government targets.
The TIARA Project will demonstrate fruit cultivation in a hectare plot in the desert, under  semi-transparent fabric impregnated with ESRI’s super-hydrophilic materials suspended on 5-meter columns, establishing roughly 8,000 plants/hectare. The fabric will serve to inhibit transpiration losses to maintain humidity during the day and condense moisture from the air during night, with sufficiently permeability to permit air flow while excluding wind-borne sand and flying insects. The native surface will be covered with fabric to inhibit weeds and burrowing insects and pests. The fruit will be planted about one-meter apart in plastic containers in ESRI’s specially buffered superhydrophobic fertilizing soil matrix that reduces the amount of water required per plant and allows enhanced germination and growth rates. Further, we will augment soil/root matrices with converted carbon wastes, leveraging natural hydrophils to conserve soil moisture for the long-term. In consultation with regional representatives, a determination will be made on the phenotypic varieties to be tested and the conditions to apply. TIARA will create a partnership model to serve as a roadmap for multi-stakeholder partnerships, including potential Offset Funding with already established partners. At project end, be ready to deploy atmospheric water and transpiration harvesting through the creation of super- hydrophilic materials that augment available water supplies; incorporation of super-hydrophobic materials in the root matrix to conserve water and reduce irrigation requirements; use waste foods using augmented natural hydration processes. The project may be replicated rapidly and by 2023 will demonstrate hectare scale for one agriculture product and will allow for deployment at 20 hectare by 2025 and 400 hectares by 2030.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, creative and capable high quality researchers, from across the whole spectrum of academic grades, who will be able to hit the ground running in the lab. Their tasks will cover a range of research activities from developing the laboratory experiments, model the potential impacts and design and deploy pilot equipment. Staff will be expected to engage with research active companies and organisations, both in the UK, Qatar, and around the world, with a view to developing world leading collaborative research projects.
We are seeking a talented individual to undertake innovative research in the following areas:
Manufacture and characterization of superhydrophilic and superhydrophobic fabrics.
Growth of berry plants on functionalized synthetic soil.
Construction and operation of pilot unit in Qatar.
When applying, please clearly indicate your expertise area.
Informal Enquires: Informal enquires are welcome and should be directed to:
Dr Shirin Alexander @ [email protected]

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