About Ernesto Hernandez

Life scientist and chemical engineer working at The University of Manchester. He started out his career as a distinguished technician working in the field of electromechanics. In his spare time, he indulged his passion for studying biology. This long-standing endeavour led him to win the first place in The National Olympiad of Biology in 1993. Coming from a poor family in deprived rural Mexico, studying Chemical Engineering proved to be an ideal way to make a living and find ways to use living systems in the search to solve a number of problems currently confronting society. It was during his undergraduate studies that he won two national contests for summer internships at Ohio State University and Los Alamos National Laboratory. Ernesto has been using microbes and their products in a variety of ways. They can, for instance, be used to convert a variety of wastes into natural gas (methane), to decontaminate water, soil and sludge, or to ease the flow of oil in deep underground oil reservoirs at tremendously high temperatures and pressures. Given his understanding of life systems and how they can be used for the good of the humankind, Ernesto has been invited to speak in plenary talks at international conferences, civil gatherings, state ceremonies, activist groups and other public events.

Job opportunity for Cell Based Assay Scientist (UK, £33,000 p.y.)

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I am currently recruiting for a permanent Cell Based Assay Scientist for a role based in Yorkshire. The position pays a salary up to around £33,000 a year and is with a major CRO.

The role will offer excellent career development and would be brilliant for someone with GMP, industrial experience who is looking to take their career to the next step.

Please see the link for more information or call me on the details below. 

http://www.matchtech.com/job/327003/ 

Kind regards 

Simon Shotter LLB (Hons) CertRp

Consultant

Science Department

matchtech

 

t: 01489 898268

f: 01489 898290

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Vacancy: Research Assistant (3 years) in Chemical Engineering/Biochemical Engineering and Biocatalysis

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Talented Malaysian candidates are invited to apply for the position of Research Assistant at the University of Nottingham.

Investigating a bioprocessing strategy to convert smoky carbon dioxide into carbonates.

This is an exciting opportunity to apply solution-oriented strategies by bridging the gap between chemical engineering and life sciences. Continue reading

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PhD opportunity: Bioseparation of recombinant proteins by applying molecular stickers

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Faculty of Engineering – Manufacturing & Industrial Processes Division – Bioinspired Engineering Research Group (BIERG)

Self-Funded PhD Research opportunity (3 years)

This is an exciting opportunity to apply solution-oriented strategies by bridging the gap between chemical engineering and life sciences while working in Malaysia campus, in collaboration with partners in Denmark, Spain and UK [More].

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One fully-funded PhD scholarship under the Intercampus Exchange Programme of the University of Nottingham

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This is an exciting opportunity to apply solution-oriented strategies by bridging the gap between chemical engineering and life sciences while working in the UK (UNUKC) and Malaysia (UNMC).

Participants are invited to apply for one fully funded 3-year PhD studentship to join The Bioinspired Engineering Research Group (BIERG) at the Manufacturing & Industrial Processes Division (Faculty of Engineering) of the University of Nottingham, a global top 75 University.

The student will work in a dynamic research environment, as part of a multi-disciplinary team of researchers, and will undertake interdisciplinary research on bioprocessing strategies to convert carbon dioxide into marketable carbonates [More].

 

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Selection of Films on Bioenergy

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This selection resulted from an extensive research in twenty electronic and non-electronic databases. The best films were selected in consultation with bioenergy specialists who based their judgment on the film’s length, academic quality and appropriateness for the general public. This work was done thanks to the support of the BBSRC through the call: Micro grants to fund bioenergy public engagement tools.

 

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