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PhD Scientist/Sr. Scientist
ABOUT WIKIFOODS, INC
WikiFoods, Inc is a new company emerging from the innovation center LeLaboratoire, an exciting Paris-based idea incubator created by Harvard professor David Edwards. We are developing transformative nutrition delivery platforms to broaden food experiences and enhance human health while creating minimal impact to the natural environment around us. Specifically, WikiFoods technology wraps avast range of foods and beverages in plastic-free and edible packages made of natural ingredients. Like the skins of grapes, WikiFood envelopes are not just barriers against water loss and contaminant entry, they are also delicious and potential carriers of nutrition, and may deliver unique nutrients just like the skin of a fruit. The technology won the grand innovation prize of the jury all categories at SIAL 2012 and was cited among the 32 innovations that will change tomorrow by New York Times Magazine.
The successful candidate will join our research and development team to further advance novel biodegradable and edible packaging technologies focused on eliminating plastic from the food, beverage and healthcare industries. This is a full time laboratory position requiring hands on experience at the bench, the ability to analyze, summarize and communicate results as well as work collaboratively with cross-functional teams. The selected candidate will be expected to design and
execute experiments for new prototypes as well as scale current technologies to
industrial settings. This position reports to the Director of R&D.
EDUCATION AND REQUIREMENTS
• PhD in materials science or polymer chemistry
• Some industry or postdoctoral experience
• Hands on laboratory experience
• Drug encapsulation, biodegradable films, polyelectrolyte gels and/or
biomimetic design experience
• Ability to analyze chemical and physical properties of new biomaterials,
specifically assessing structural integrity of, and diffusional rates through,
• Must thrive in a fast paced startup environment
• Communicate effectively in a variety of settings
• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
• Food science background is a plus, but not required
• Knowledge of industrial electrospinning, rotational
For more information please contact Dr. John Lamppa: email@example.com
Contract Analytical Services Lab Seeking
Polymer or Organic Chemist
Jordi Labs, a technology company specialized in HPLC product manufacturing, is seeking a hard working, honest and dedicated individual for a Polymer Chemist position focused on Research in new chromatography products with an emphasis on Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC). This position provides an opportunity for the right candidate to progress to a team leader.
Perform Original Research- Perform experiments to develop new chromatography products. This would include performing syntheses of new chromatographic resins and modification of the surface chemistry of polymers. Strong knowledge of polymer and organic chemistry are needed.
Designing Syntheses - The position includes designing and implementing strategies to synthesize new resins for chromatography. Development of next generation chromatographic stationary phases is a key goal of this position. It also involves working with existing products to provide continuous improvement and performing research to understand synthetic variability.
Performing Analysis - The position would include performing Liquid Chromatography experiments to verify performance of the resulting developed products. Familiarity with HPLC instruments including Agilent chemistation software would aid the candidate in performing these experiments. Experience with the use and application of GPC would be very beneficial.
Discussing Results/Ideas - The right candidate would be skilled at discussing analytical data and would be able to communicate in simple terms the results from a series of analytical tests and syntheses. This would include helping other team members with interpretation as well as discussing results with team members. The candidate will interact with the Jordi Research team to vet research ideas prior to commencing work.
Team Leader - The right candidate has the opportunity to progress to a team leader responsible for oversight of a research and production team focused on launch of new products developed by the team.
• Developing original research ideas
• Devising and conducting experiments;
• Processing and analyzing results and data;
• Communicating results to research team members;
• Working in multidisciplinary teams
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• A masters or Ph.D. degree in Polymer or Organic chemistry is required.
• 3+ years current industry experience in MS and Chromatography.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills are a requirement.
• Proficiency with computer office tools (Word, Excel, Outlook, and scientific databases, etc.) is required.
• Experience with chromatography and especially GPC is preferred.
Jordi offers an attractive salary with an excellent benefits package. If you would like the chance to expand your knowledge of polymer synthesis and want to be part of a growing team, please forward your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Private Use (Unicode)
In Unicode, the Private Use Areas are three ranges of code points (
Assignments to Private Use Area characters need not be “private” in the sense of strictly internal to an organisation; a number of assignment schemes have been published by several organisations. Such publication may include a font that supports the definition (showing the glyphs), and software making use of the private-use characters (e.g. a graphics character for a “print document” function). For example, Apple Inc. has assigned the Apple logo to code point U+F8FF <private-use-F8FF>, and makes use of this assignment in its fonts and software. By definition, multiple private parties may assign different characters to the same code point, with the consequence that a user may see one private character from an installed font where a different one was intended.
Under the Unicode definition, code points in the Private Use Areas are assigned characters—they are not noncharacters, reserved, or unassigned. Their category is “
Private Use Areas
In the Basic Multilingual Plane (plane 0), the block titled Private Use Area has 6400 code points. Planes 15 and 16 are almost[note 1] entirely assigned to two further Private Use Areas, Supplemental Private Use Area-A and Supplemental Private Use Area-B respectively.