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Software Developer / Bioinformatician wanted @VIB

VIB - LogoVIB is an excellence-based life sciences research institute in Flanders, Belgium, which conducts frontline research and unravels the molecular mechanisms of life and disease. VIB has more than 1300 scientists originating from over 60 countries. Since its inception VIB is also an entrepreneurial biotechnology catalyst focusing on translating basic scientific breakthroughs into pharmaceutical, agricultural and industrial applications. Right now they are looking for a Software Developer / Bioinformatician.

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OCAS is looking for a Materials Science Engineer

OCAS is an advanced, market-oriented research centre for steel applications. Based in Belgium, it is a joint venture between the Flemish Region and ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steel group. Right now, they are looking for a Materials Science Engineer.

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European commission recognizes imec with HR Excellence in Research label

imec logoNanoelectronics research center imec announced that it has been awarded by the European Commission with the HR excellence in Research label, a recognition for imec’s human resource policy to create the best possible employment and working conditions for researchers.

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World-first miniaturized fiber-optical monitoring system embedded in composite material

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Nanoelectronics research center imec, Ghent University, and their partners in the European FP7 project SMARTFIBER have demonstrated the world’s first miniaturized fiber-optical sensor system that can be fully embedded in a composite material. This achievement paves the way toward smart composites that enable continued and automatic monitoring of the structural health of the composite material in -for example- tidal blades, wind turbines, airplanes (fuselage, wings, …) or marine structures (masts, antennas, hulls of sail yachts, navy ships, propellers).

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