Postdoc / Group Leader in Nanobiotechnology (Frankfurt/Main)

Post-Doc / Group Leader
in Nanobiotechnology

We are seeking a self-motivated scientist interested in developing techniques for the receptor assembly triggered by light. The project is part of a collaborative ERA-NEURO NET program (France/Germany). The main objective of this project is to develop new chemical and optical tools to study and modulate receptor trafficking in synaptic transmission in different models of neurodegenerative diseases. Further details:

The successful candidate should have received her/his PhD less than 5 years ago. She/he is expected to have good communication skills as well as previous experience in cell biology, biophysics or biochemistry. The position –subject to corresponding funding– will be available on February 1st, 2010 for a period of three years and the salary according to the German standards for the public service (BAT IIa). The duration of the contract is limited by the regulations of the German “Wissenschaftszeit-vertragsgesetz i. V.m. dem Hessischen Hochschulgesetz”.

Applications from qualified women are strongly encouraged. Handicapped persons having the same qualification will be preferred.

Please send till December 2nd, 2009 a letter stating specific research interests and background together with your CV to: Prof. Dr. Robert Tampé, Institute of Biochemistry, Biocenter, Goethe-University, Max-von-Laue-Str. 9, D-63438 Frankfurt a.M., Germany,

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Comment by MICHAEL EVANS on November 21, 2009 at 8:27pm

The Trion-re shape creates a critical self-organizing system with three curved and equal sides that is proposed to be the structure of oscillations and the space in-between light. This proposal would update the wave/particle theory of light to say that light is a regular solid with spinnability, flexibility, and conformancy to a modified version of Euler's rule. Meant to account for the curvature of space this modificiation shifts the rules for a platonic solid making the trion-re the sixth such solid or regular polyhedron and a unique structure of space/time. Traditionally there are five Platonic Solids or regular polyhedra with congruent angles and equal, flat faces, but since the accelerating expansion of the universe suggests that all of space is curved we must modify the rule and include curved surfaces, in which case a new solid emerges more rudimentary than the tretrahedron. This solid has been named the Trion-Re by Michael R. Evans and is described as follows: two vertices, three edges, and three equal faces. If one of the faces of the Trion-Re is laid out flat it forms a sixty degree vesica familiarly seen in the ancient "flower-of-life" motif. This basic structure in 3-D can be used to generate new versions of the other five Platonic Solids and creates a self organizing system. It is hypothesized the Trion-Re is the most basic geometric structure, and possibly the shape of the individual particles of light which self-organizes to create matter. The following paper describes the Trion-Re and its properties.

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