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The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability at the Technical University of Denmark is doing exactly this by developing new technologies for engineering microbes, turning them into cell factories, which are designed for efficient production of a specific compound in a commercially competitive way. Today, many pharmaceuticals and chemicals are produced from oil or rare plant material. By using genome-scale modelling, advanced robotics and bioengineering, the Center’s researchers design and construct cell factories capable of converting low-value carbon sources to high-value chemical compounds and proteins in a more sustainable, cost-effective manner than today. In short: by using cell factories, we can go from oil-based chemical industry to a highly sustainable bio-based industry.
The Center for Biosustainability is conducting a search for a talented and enthusiastic Software Engineer to develop experimental design, data collection and learning features for our software platform supporting the genetic engineering of microbial strains. You will join the Software Engineering & Architecture group of our Informatics unit where we are developing an integrated R&D software platform, Lifelike.
Current technologies in use are Persistence, caching: PostgreSQL, Redis; Web service: Python 3, Flask, SQLAlchemy, Graphene (GraphQL); Web interface: Angular, Angular-Material, TypeScript, Apollo (GraphQL); Deployment & CI: NGINX, Docker, Jenkins.
Communication and all issues related to the position are curated by Copenhagen Capacity.
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