Aarhus University, one of ENDURE’s two Danish partners, is seeking ‘bright and enthusiastic’ people with excellent MSc degrees in the natural science, agricultural or engineering disciplines to fill 10 PhD positions.
The positions available include fungal endophytes - potential tools for reducing Fusarium and its toxins in wheat, the impact of climate on productivity and quality of raspberry, and modelling soil organic matter turnover and vertical movement in soil profiles, among others.
These are three-year positions and are at the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, which has state of the art laboratories and experimental facilities at four locations across Denmark, in addition to four experimental stations and a research group at the University of Copenhagen’s Faculty of Life Sciences.
INRA competitions open in January
INRA, the French National Institute for Agricultural Research, launches its open competitions to recruit first and second class Junior Scientist positions in January 2010. Positions will be available in a wide range of areas including molecular biology, ecology, agronomy and modelling. Further details are available in ENDURE’s mobility and job opportunities pages or on the INRA website.