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A few of the industrial positions posted on C&EN Jobs:North Chicago, IL: Nice to see 3 positions posted by AbbVie, as well as this little tidbit:The Discovery Chemistry group has multiple openings for a Senior Scientist I, Chemistry.Ponies prance.Clark, NJ: L'Oréal is looking for a senior chemist. Experience in skincare, makeup or haircare preferred. B.S. in chemistry (8-10 years formulations) or M.S./Ph.D. w/ 2-5 years.Brevard, NC: I see PharmAgra is looking again. It's […]
From the inbox, an associate dean position:Applicants or nominees should have a terminal degree in a Pharmaceutical Science or related field and qualify for appointment at the rank of associate professor or professor, with a distinguished career in education, academic research and scholarship. The ideal candidate should have at least three years of administrative experience and at least five years of research and teaching experience at the graduate level. Candidates should have experience in […]
A few of the academic positions posted on C&EN Jobs:Stanford, CA: Stanford University is looking for an assistant professor in chemistry.Columbia, SC: Columbia College desires an assistant professor of physical chemistry; this professor will also be asked to teach physics (that's a little different.) Tampa, FL: The University of Tampa is searching for an assistant professor of organic chemistry.Santa Cruz, CA: UC-Santa Cruz is looking for an assistant professor of […]
Finally, from this week's C&EN, an interesting set of quotes from Rick Mullin's interviews with a number of CMO leaders. Here's the CEO of Hovione, a Portugal-based API manufacturer on what he thinks companies need: The contract manufacturing business is moving into a new phase, according to Villax, one that has little to do with the hardware. “Now, you simply can’t just buy the differentiator,” he says. “Success is the result of experience and accumulated […]
This week's C&EN also brings us a rebuttal to a recent Newscripts column on diapers:...Newscripts recently waxed enthusiastic about Charlie’s Soap, “a laundry detergent brand that is popular among folks concerned about laundry residues” (C&EN, July 7, page 40). Charlie’s Soap is good, we are told, because it contains fewer ingredients than other detergents. It seems to contain only soap and soda ash. Charlie’s Soap might actually work—if you […]
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