Extracellular is a Bristol based start-up aiming to be a global leader in sustainable biotechnology.
We're channeling expertise in biology, digitalisation and biomanufacturing to accelerate cultivated meat and seafood as a sustainable, ethical source of protein. We’re building really cool development and scale-up capabilities, which we'll use to help dozens of companies hit their R&D targets, and we’re going to try to save the planet!
We're looking for an enthusiastic research scientist with experience with mammalian cell cultures.
You will be carrying out experiments focused on optimising culture processes for cultivated meat, with the aim of making commercial manufacturing processes more efficient and sustainable. This might involve media optimisation and cell line development work, including isolating primary cells from biopsies. You'll be working with a range of cell types, from mesenchymal cells, to immortalised suspension cells, to iPSC's.
The role will be lab-based and will utilise your skills or understanding in:
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