The Arabidopsis Information Portal is an NSF and BBSRC-funded collaborative project between the J. Craig Venter Institute, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas at Austin, and the University of Cambridge, with technical assistance from TAIR, to develop a flexible and community-extensible portal to catalyze the next generation of Arabidopsis research.
|Can I advertise a conference/event on Araport?|
Staff at Araport would be happy to post a ad for you. Please send us the title, URL (if available), date, and a brief description of the event. We will promptly post it to the 'Conferences and Meetings' board.
|Can I post a job ad on Araport?|
Yes, you can post jobs on Araport and it is free of charge. Please register, log in, visit the job page, and click on the "post a job" button.
Alternatively, we could also post it for you if you prefer. Please send the details about the position or a flyer with the information to email@example.com
|How do I link to Araport?|
We welcome links to Araport.
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|I still have questions. What should I do?|
|Who maintains the Araport website?|
Araport is the web site of the Arabidopsis Information Portal project. Araport is maintained by scientists at the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI), the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at University of Texas Austin, Cambridge System Biology Centre (CSBC), and other collaborators. Araport is supported by grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the USA and the BBSRC in the UK. The Araport web site intended to foster scientific research and... READ MORE ...
|Postdoc position in plant genomics at New York University|
We are looking for a postdoc scientist to join Carol Huang’s lab at New York University (https://huanglab.rbind.io) in the heart of Manhattan.
ABOUT THE LAB
Our lab uses both “dry”- and “wet”-lab genomics methods to study gene regulation at the systems level. Specifically, we are interested in understanding how the repertoire of genome and epigenome variations... READ MORE ...
|Multiple Research Associate positions at MSU-DOE Plant Research Lab|
Two research associate, post-doc, positions are available in the Brandizzi lab at the Plant Research Laboratory at Michigan State University. The positions are available immediately and they are for two years with the possibility of an extension depending on availability of funding. The positions focus on the study of the biology of endomembranes in plants. The project will employ molecular and biological approaches to define the function of newly... READ MORE ...
|MS or PhD Positions in Plant Biology|
Graduate research assistant positions (MS or PhD) are available in the Erin Sparks laboratory in the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences and the Delaware Biotechnology Institute. Research in the Sparks lab revolves around the development and function of aerial roots in maize called brace roots. We use genetics, histology, molecular biology, mechanical testing, image analysis, physiology, phenotyping, and computational modeling to understand:... READ MORE ...
|Postdoc Position - Computational Network Biology in Plants|
The Comparative Network Biology lab (Klaas Vandepoele) of the VIB Center for Plant Systems Biology is looking for a Postdoc Computational Network Biology in Plants.
Our objective is to extract and validate biological knowledge from large-scale experimental data sets using data integration, comparative sequence and expression analysis, and network analysis. In our lab, we combine computational methods with experimental... READ MORE ...
|PhD position in Plant Molecular and Developmental Biology|
A PhD student position is available in the research group of Dr. Tomas Werner at the Institute of Plant Sciences, University of Graz, Austria (https://botanik.uni-graz.at/de/forschung/molecular-plant-physiology). The group is interested in understanding the molecular basis that underlie the biological activity of the plant hormone cytokinin.
The open PhD... READ MORE ...