There is a 7.5 month graduate training opportunity at the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. The successful applicant will work on two projects; Improvement of Vicia faba (field beans) for the UK and Aggressiveness of Yellow Rust Isolates in Wheat.
Both projects include molecular biology and glasshouse/growth room based assays. Full training will be given. The position would suit a recent graduate with a Biological Sciences Degree and an interest in Plant Sciences. Salary £1275/month (stipend), immediate start.
NIAB (The National Institute of Agricultural Botany) is based in Cambridge and is an independent plant research organization.
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