27 civil engineering positions at The University of Edinburgh

  • The University of Edinburgh | about 3 hours ago

    of Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. Since then, the School has grown from strength to strength, with the largest number of students

  • The University of Edinburgh | about 2 hours ago

    . In 2002, the present School of Engineering was formed from the previously existing departments of Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical

  • The University of Edinburgh | about 3 hours ago

    • Mammalian cell culture • Molecular cloning • Strong interpersonal skills for collaborative working within the group • Self-motivated • Ability to maintain clear accurate records • PCR

  • The University of Edinburgh | about 3 hours ago

    , 2D and 3D immunocytochemistry and in situ hybridisation. To collaborate with colleagues in electrophysiological characterisation of neural circuits in culture organoids. (Approx 10% of time) [To

  • The University of Edinburgh | Edinburgh, Scotland | 4 days ago

    biology techniques including protein immunoprecipitation and western blot analysis, qPCR, RNA immunoprecipitation, confocal microscopy, cell culture, viral infection/transduction. 65 % 2) Maintain accurate

  • The University of Edinburgh | Edinburgh, Scotland | about 1 month ago

    Job Purpose Provide mechanical engineering design services and manage provision of service of external consultants to Estates’ Development Minor Project team, all to meet Estates’ strategic

  • The University of Edinburgh | Edinburgh, Scotland | 3 months ago

    the previously existing departments of Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. Since then, the School has grown from strength to strength, with

  • The University of Edinburgh | Edinburgh, Scotland | 4 days ago

    author evidence of expertise in biochemical approaches to the study of transcriptional or epigenetic mechanisms; ideally within the context of mammalian stem cell culture, but possibly using other model

  • The University of Edinburgh | about 2 hours ago

    , social culture and heritage. Recent cognitive science research demonstrates the advantages of early multilingualism on capacity for language use and cognitive skills. Yet some aspects of this research

  • The University of Edinburgh | Edinburgh, Scotland | 3 months ago

    from the previously existing departments of Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. Since then, the School has grown from strength

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