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PhD position: Soft Matter and GISAS,  Roskilde Denmark [posted 20 Aug 2017]  
Post-Doc in the Science Division / Spectroscopy Group,  ILL, Geenoble France [posted 19 Aug 2017]  
Postdoctoral Researcher (Synchrotron X-ray characterization),  Hyogo Japan [posted 13 Aug 2017]  
Postdoctoral Position in Computational Physics,  ISIS Laboratory, Didcot United Kingdom [posted 13 Aug 2017]  
Beamline Scientist in Medical Physics,  ESRF, Grenoble France [posted 04 Aug 2017]  
Postdoctoral Fellow at Rutgers University,  New Jersey United States [posted 21 Jul 2017]  
Doctoral Fellowship in Crystal Engineering of Materials,  Parma Italy [posted 18 Jul 2017]  The University of Parma, Italy, has a vacancy for a doctoral fellowship in the field of crystal engineering of materials which have applications in the fields of health, nutrition and environment. 
Research Scientist,  ILL, Grenoble France [posted 18 Jul 2017]  
Postdoctoral in Neutron Scattering (offered by Uppsala University, Sweden),  Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble France [posted 18 Jul 2017]  
PhD (Orienting Nanoparticles and Testing with SAXS/WAXS),  BAM, Berlin Germany [posted 06 Jul 2017]  Enthusiastic M.Sc. graduates are encouraged to apply for this PhD in materials science, which will focus on orienting nanoparticles in stationary liquids and testing these systems with small-angle and wide-angle x-ray scattering. 
Postdoctoral Research Assistant (Dynamics and Properties of Ionic Liquids),  Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble France [posted 06 Jul 2017]  
Academic Research Associate Position – Universität Zürich,  Zürich Switzerland [posted 06 Jul 2017]  
X-Ray Platform Manager,  Monash University Australia [posted 27 Jun 2017]  
Technical expert in X-ray techniques and crystallography,  Lausanne Switzerland [posted 27 Jun 2017]  
Postdoctoral Research Assistant (molecular motors),  Paris France [posted 27 Jun 2017]  
PhD in Polymorph Stabilisation,  Rouen France [posted 31 May 2017]  
Postdoc Position in Small Angle Neutron Scattering (edit),  Faculty of Medicine, Lund University Sweden [posted 31 May 2017]  Nucleic acids constitute one of the main components of viruses by molecular weight, and the viral genome is often strongly confined into a small volume of the capsid. This is true for most prokaryotic viruses such as double-stranded (ds) DNA/RNA phages, dsDNA archaeal viruses as well as many eukaryotic viruses (e.g. herpesviruses and reoviruses). The length of ds-genome in those viruses is several hundred times longer than the diameter of the capsid. We recently found that this internal DNA stress leads to 30 atmospheres capsid pressure in human Herpesviruses. This genome pressure is responsible for DNA ejection into a cell nucleus during infection. The aim of this project is to explain how the physically stressed state of the confined viral DNA directly affects the infectious cycle by analyzing structure of virally encapsidated genome. The main experimental approach will be Small Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS).
Postdoc Position in Small Angle Neutron Scattering,  Faculty of Medicine, Lund Sweden [posted 31 May 2017]  
Nucleic acids constitute one of the main components of viruses by molecular weight, and the viral genome is often strongly confined into a small volume of the capsid. This is true for most prokaryotic viruses such as double-stranded (ds) DNA/RNA phages, dsDNA archaeal viruses as well as many eukaryotic viruses (e.g. herpesviruses and reoviruses). The length of ds-genome in those viruses is several hundred times longer than the diameter of the capsid. We recently found that this internal DNA stress leads to 30 atmospheres capsid pressure in human Herpesviruses. This genome pressure is responsible for DNA ejection into a cell nucleus during infection. The aim of this project is to explain how the physically stressed state of the confined viral DNA directly affects the infectious cycle by analyzing structure of virally encapsidated genome. The main experimental approach will be Small Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS).
Staff Crystallographer,  Salt Lake City, UT United States [posted 13 May 2017]  
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Soft Matter,  Oslo Norway [posted 15 Mar 2017]  
Postdoctoral Position in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics,  Rutgers (State University of New Jersey), NJ United States [posted 30 Jan 2017]