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At Micrographia Bio, we believe that all diseases deserve a cure. We are a London-based, deep-biotech startup operating at the intersection between cell biology, machine-learning, and engineering in order to tackle the hardest problems in drug discovery.
We are adding a Molecular Biology Scientist to our multi-disciplinary team of experts in molecular and cellular biology, machine learning, robotics, biotech finance, immunology, and biophysics. This is a great opportunity to be part of a friendly, high-achieving, and experienced group of people, who are all united by an intrinsic motivation to develop state of the art technology and new medicines.
As an early team member, your contribution will have a major influence over the direction of the company. We’re looking for individuals who do brilliant work. In return we’ll give you an opportunity to grow and develop in a place that’s fun, supportive, and unrelenting in its pursuit of world-class technology, all while sharing in the success of the company.
We believe that this is an exciting role for a recent PhD graduate who would like to work in a start-up environment or for an experienced technician who is looking to apply their skills to join the global “tech meets bio” revolution.
If establishing and applying cutting-edge methods in molecular biology for automated workflows and participating in the development of new medicines in a fun and collaborative environment seem like a dream role, we would love to hear from you!
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Micrographia Bio champions diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive environment in which a wide variety of backgrounds thrive. We welcome applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status. We also welcome applications from those who have had to take extended career breaks (due to personal and family reasons - eg. parental leave, taking care of a sick family member) back to the STEM field.