The world will generate 160 zettabytes of data in 2025. That's more bytes than there are stars in the observable universe. Conventional storage devices like flash-drives and hard-drives do not have the longevity, data density, or cost efficiency to meet the global demand. As an alternative, Catalog is building the world's first DNA-based platform for massive digital data storage.
The company began its mission through the Indie Bio accelerator program where we demonstrated our fundamental technology. Today, with VC funding and resources at the Harvard Life Lab, we are developing and scaling our technology to meet industry needs. We are looking for a passionate researcher to design and test biochemical methods for writing and accessing data on DNA. Tasks will include:
- experiment design and execution
- enzymatic reaction optimization
- contributions to scientific grants, proposals, and inventions
The position will challenge you to think critically and conquer new problems in an unexplored and groundbreaking field. You will work in a small, cross-disciplinary team, and you will have the opportunity to learn cutting-edge skills in biology and beyond.
If you are interested in joining us as we pioneer the future of digital data storage, please send a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.