The Jacques Loeb Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel) is offering research fellowships for a project starting in October 2018. The fellowships are for PhD and post-doctoral students as well as visiting research students and scholars.
The project examines the intellectual history of modern structural and informational biology. Fellows will explore the changes to researcher’s epistemologies and how they have been affected by novel ideas, technologies, and practices. Also to be investigated is the impact of big data and and new computational methods on biology.
Researchers must have expertise in philosophy, biology, and/or the history of science.
The application deadline is 18 May 2018.
Further details are available here.