The Rosalind Franklin Institute

The Rosalind Franklin Institute is a new national institute dedicated to bringing about transformative changes in life science through interdisciplinary research and technology development. The Institute will bring together researchers in life sciences, physical sciences, and engineering, to develop disruptive new technologies designed to tackle major challenges in health and life sciences. The Institute is an independent organisation funded by the UK government through the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and governed by a joint venture of by ten UK universities, and will have its central hub at the Harwell Campus, delivered by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC). The hub will house a unique portfolio of scientific tools and researchers from both industry and academia. The Institute will work nationally with equipment and researchers located in spokes distributed throughout the partner network of universities. The Institute will work with industrial and academic partners from across the UK, fostering interdisciplinary research with real impact in imaging, diagnostics, drug development, and many more fields.
23/06/2022
Full time
The Rosalind Franklin Institute Harwell, Didcot, UK
Job details Job type Part-time Full Job Description The Role We are looking for a talented and motivated Research Software Engineer to join our Artificial Intelligence and Informatics Theme at the Rosalind Franklin Institute (the Franklin). Many projects at the Franklin produce 2D, 3D, and correlative imaging data of biological and materials science systems. In many cases analysis of these data are manual or only semi-automated meaning many datasets are never analysed fully. An aim of the AI&I theme is to remove these barriers through the implementation of automation and/or machine learning. However, in many cases, before automation can be implemented, the processing pipeline must be validated, or training data must be provided. This is where we rely on citizen science to provide this early data. Your primary task will be to curate and analyse the data collected from the Science Scribbler projects on the Zooniverse, using it to answer...