Aquatic Environmental DNA Scientist
Jonah Ventures – Boulder, CO
Jonah Ventures (jonahventures.com) is currently searching an aquatic environmental DNA associate scientist. Jonah Ventures performs next generation sequencing and quantitative PCR analyses on environmental DNA samples to help clients answer environmental questions.
Primary responsibility will to develop and support client relationships with academic research units, state and federal agencies, environmental consulting firms, and other profit/non-profit entities.
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