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 firstname.lastname@example.org
|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 REPRODUCTION|
A postdoctoral position is now available focusing on the molecular mechanisms underlying cell-cell signaling in plant fertilization.
Review of applications will begin March 27th and will continue until the position is filled.
Project description: The project aims to investigate the potential role of Tetraspanins (TET) as mediators of specific cellular processes essential for plant gamete function and fertilization. Tetraspanins... READ MORE ...
|PhD student position: Promotion of drought stress resistance in maize by arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis|
We are looking for a PhD student to work in the Gutjahr lab at at the Biocenter of the University of Munich (LMU), Germany. The position is available for 3 years starting at the earliest convenience. You will characterize growth and drought stress resistance in response to arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) of European maize lines to identify variation in response to AM among the lines. This will be important pioneering work to find later on the... READ MORE ...
|2 PhD positions in plant biochemistry|
65% part-time employment, limited to 3 years
Two DFG-funded PhD positions on molecular plant responses to biotic and abiotic stressors are available in the group of Dr. Lennart Wirthmüller / Prof. Tina Romeis at Freie Universität Berlin. The PhD students will be part of the Graduate School of Plant Sciences at the Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences (... READ MORE ...
|Faculty position in Quantitative Plant Biochemistry|
This position is part of MSU’s Global Impact Initiative that will recruit 100 top-level researchers to MSU over the next five years (see http://research.msu.edu/global-impact). MSU is world renowned for plant science research and we are seeking candidates that will strengthen and complement on-going research on campus. The Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at Michigan State... READ MORE ...
|PhD position in Bioinformatics and Plant Systems Biology|
PhD Student position investigating the dynamics of Arabidopsis transcriptional regulatory network.
A PhD student position is available in the Shahid Mukhtar’s lab in the Department of Biology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, AL, USA https://cas.uab.edu/smukhtarlab/ http://www.uab.edu/cas/biology/smukhtar
Network biology, a... READ MORE ...