Training the next generation of researchers in autotrophic biotechnology
This pioneering EJD program will train the first generation of scientists in autotrophic biotransformations with skills in synthetic biology, enzyme catalysis and process engineering to address the development of most advanced gas-driven whole-cell reactions for chemical manufacturing at large scales. That requires an interdisciplinary and intersectoral approach and training, which will involve both female and male executives in the academic research and industrial environment.
All our ESRs will receive periodic and specialised guidance from our hosting institutions and associated partners under their Individual Research Projects. Moreover, ESRs will work in different working environments, both academic and non-academic.
Our training goals:
- Training the first generation of scientists in autotrophic biotechnology
- Providing excellent trained researchers to academic and private institutions across Europe Raising new opportunities in a global job sector
- Creating networks of young researchers in the European Biotech sector
- Equipping young scientis with a transferable skillset for in-front line careers