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The CRoPS project aims to develop crop plants that sequester more carbon via extensive root systems containing recalcitrant carbon polymers to fight climate change. A major component of this research is to phenotype plant traits for conducting genetic analysis and confirm trait changes of genetic changes.
The Lab Tech II will work closely members of the CRoPS project and the Busch laboratory to perform general tasks and routine assignments in support of screening of root traits to identify genetic mechanisms that lead to optimal root systems for carbon sequestration and assess phenotypes of genetically engineered crop plants.
(100%) Research and Lab Support
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
This position requires constant handling, and seeing. This position also requires frequent reaching, sitting, standing, talking, analyzing, communicating, and working inside.
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