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Data Scientist I
Genomatica, IncSan Diego, CA
Job Description Title: Data Scientist I Department: Systems Bioengineering Position Summary Genomatica is harnessing biology to remake everyday products and materials built by and for the planet.
Fermentation Scientist
Battelle Memorial InstituteColumbus, OH
Optimize fermentation processes and media to maximize biomolecule production and scale up the production to pilot scale while working closely with a diverse group of engineers and biological scientists to design fermentation runs and execute them with precision. Required For Fermentation Science
If so, the Fermentation Research Team Leader position in our Bioprocess Science and Technology (BPS&T) team may be the perfect opportunity.
License or certification: It is preferred that this person holds one or more certificates in brewing or food science from an accredited program.
Senior Fermentation Scientist
ActalentShakopee, MN
We are seeking a senior fermentation scientist/bioprocess scientist to join our research and development team.
Senior Bioprocess Fermentation Engineer
Horizon Search IncSan Leandro, CA
Sr. Bioprocess Engineer· San Leandro, California Imagine a meat company unlike anything that has come before!
Microbiologist - Fermentation Scientist
Pace Analytical Services, LLCIndianapolis, IN
The Research Scientist will be responsible for the development of cell lines, strains, technology, and processes for production of microbiological therapeutics, and scale-up/process optimization/control strategy development and for technology transfer to and from pilot plant/manufacturing sites.
Senior Bioprocess Fermentation Engineer
True North ConsultantsSan Leandro, CA
Sr. Bioprocess Engineer· San Leandro, California Imagine a meat company unlike anything that has come before!
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Senior Bioprocess Fermentation Engineer
Gables Search GroupSan Leandro, CA
We are on a mission to impact climate change by revolutionizing how we make meat.
Research Scientist - Fermentation
CortevaDes Moines, IA
The primary responsibilities will be to apply their skills and expertise in fermentation technology to successfully express recombinant protein for gram scale protein production.
Senior Bioprocess Fermentation Engineer
Affinity Executive SearchSan Leandro, CA
SR. BIOPROCESS ENGINEER San Leandro, California Imagine a meat company unlike anything that has come before We are on a mission to impact climate change by revolutionizing how we make meat.
Fermentation Production Specialist
BrunelCharlottetown, PE, Canada
Fermentation Production Specialist Charlottetown, PEIIntroductionWe are currently hiring a Fermentation Production Specialist for our client, a large pharmaceutical company producing medicines and vaccines for fish, livestock, and pets.
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Bioprocess Engineer / Scientist Fermentation for, Area
Gables Search GroupSan Leandro, CA
Bioprocess Engineer / Scientist
Fermentation Scientist
CargillMinneapolis, MN
The Fermentation Scientist will conduct research on fermentation, enzyme applications and other bioscience areas with a focus on development of new bioprocesses and optimization of existing processes.
Senior Bioprocess Fermentation Engineer
Affinity Executive SearchSan Leandro, CA
We are on a mission to impact climate change by revolutionizing how we make meat.
Bioprocess Engineer / Scientist Fermentation for San Leandro, Area
Job JuncturePleasanton, CA
Bioprocess Engineer / Scientist
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Bioprocess Engineer / Scientist Fermentation for San Leandro, Area
Affinity Executive SearchPleasanton, CA
BIOPROCESS ENGINEER / SCIENTIST Engineering San Leandro, California ABOUT US Imagine a meat company unlike anything that has come before We are on a mission to impact climate change by revolutionizing how we make meat.

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