Moleculent is looking for a master thesis student for a project in molecular technology development. You will learn how to plan and execute a research project in the context of a world class research and development team in molecular technology development. You are expected to independently perform molecular development and optimizations under the supervision of senior scientists. You will learn how to analyze data and plan experiment series coached by some of the best scientists and product developers in the field. The exact nature of the project will be tailored to the student's background and ongoing development projects. We view students and master thesis projects as an important source of future team members and there may be opportunities for employment following finalization of the project.
We are looking for ambitious students who are currently enrolled in relevant education within life sciences, preferably in biotechnology or molecular biology. The project will encompass full-time laboratory experimental work.
As a person you are driven, organized, reliable, passionate about technology development and you like working hands-on in the lab. To thrive at Moleculent you are a team player with excellent communication skills.
The team behind Moleculent has extensive experience in building successful companies and products within life science. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right student to get relevant experience in a fast-paced, cutting-edge technology startup and have fun doing it!
You will be working on site in Solna, Stockholm. We will preferably want you to start August/September 2022 but have some flexibility concerning starting date.
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We believe that our understanding of the molecular basis of human biology, in health and disease will increase radically in the coming ten years. This will lead to a vast improvement of therapies, diagnostics and a new, fundamental understanding of our own biology. Moleculent is on a mission to develop technology enabled products that leverage new insights into the molecular foundation of human biology.