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Postdoctoral position in algal light signaling
An NSF-funded postdoctoral position is available in the Farré lab (https://farrelab.plantbiology.msu.edu/) at Michigan State University to improve our understanding on light signaling in the stramenopile alga Nannochloropsis. About 71% of the Earth surface is water, and aquatic environments are strongly enriched in blue light and deprived of red light. How photosynthetic organisms living in freshwater or marine environments harness light quality and quantity information is an open question. This project will involve the in vivo analysis of photoreceptor abundances, interactions and transcriptional activity, making use of the extensive molecular tool box developed by the Farré lab. This


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