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Start date

September 4, 2023




6 months



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This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and eco-minded biochemist or microbiologist to work on a range of pathways for climate technology and sustainable transport fuels.  Mentored throughout, as part of a small biology team, you will have the chance to suggest short projects in areas of personal interest within the overall mission of the host company and become a big driving force in their research.  Research areas could include biological carbon capture and sequestration, fermentation of higher alcohols from biomass and the characterization of biochar.  If you have the required skills and a passion for our planet, this is an opportunity not to be missed! Requirements You are eligible for an ESPA internship if you are a registered student or have graduated within the past two years and have access to some form of grant funding. Benefits See website for details of all ESPA benefits. For all internships over 6 months, additional benefits will be paid. Details available at interview.

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