NSF Center for Genetically Encoded Materials

Contact: Sarah Smaga

497 Tan Hall
UC Berkeley
Berkeley
CA
94608
United States

Tel: (510) 664-5269

Email: hello@gem-net.net

About NSF Center for Genetically Encoded Materials

The NSF Center for Genetically Encoded Materials (C-GEM) seeks to repurpose the cellular translational apparatus to establish a fundamentally new form of chemical matter - sequence-defined chemical polymers.

C-GEM is an NSF Center for Chemical Innovation led by Professor Alanna Schepartz at UC Berkeley, with investigators at Berkeley, Boston College, Cornell, U Minnesota, St. Jude, and Yale. C-GEM also collaborates with citizen scientists to design new RNAs through the scientific discovery game Eterna.

1 job with NSF Center for Genetically Encoded Materials

  • Staff position: Organic synthesis coordinator

    • Candidate will work in either the Schepartz lab (UC Berkeley) or Miller lab (Yale).
    • Salary commensurate with experience.
    • NSF Center for Genetically Encoded Materials

    Seeking a synthesis coordinator to lead the design and synthesis of complex, enantiomerically pure molecules to expand the chemistry of the proteome.