19 July 2019

7,000 Species added to IUCN ‘Red List’


Mankind’s destruction of nature is driving species to the brink of extinction at an “unprecedented” rate, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) warned on Thursday, as it added more than 7,000 animals, fish and plants to its endangered “Red List”.
The group has now assessed more than 1,05,000 species worldwide, around 28,000 of which risk extinction.
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JNU Molecular Parasitology RA Vacancy on DST Project

School of Life Sciences
Jawaharlal Nehru University
POSITIONS AVAILABLE
Applications are invited for the various positionsin DST project entitled“National centre for screening Natural Products for Parasitic diseases"
Research Associate: 01
Ph.D. in Molecular Parasitology with good academic record as will be judged from the publications.
Essential: Experience in animal tissue culture, handling malaria parasites, Drug studies, Molecular Biology techniques is mandatory.
The salary will be fixed as per the guidelines of the funding agency and the position is co-terminus with the project.
Potential candidates are invited to apply on a plain paper with CV by post to the under mentioned by 22ndJuly 2019.  Please specify the post and position you are applying for.Email applications will not be accepted.
Dr. Rohini Muthuswami/Prof. R Madhubala
Room No.306/326
School of Life Sciences
JNU, New Delhi- 100 067

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