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How I got my job: IMED Graduate Scientist at AstraZeneca

ET_careers website photoEmily Talbot studied Human Physiology at Leeds, graduating in 2016 and secured a place on AstraZeneca’s IMED programme.  In this post she outlines the path she took to her current role and shares her advice for other students.

How I Got My Place on the IMED Early Phase Drug Discovery Graduate Programme at AstraZeneca

For science students, there is one question which circulates in the mind of many who want to remain in science after University: do I have to do a PhD? I studied Human Physiology and as graduation loomed closer, I knew I wanted to remain in science but wasn’t ready to commit to a PhD.

In a second year epiphany/panic, I decided I didn’t want to do an industrial placement year so I looked for opportunities within the Faculty of Biological Sciences. Continue reading

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Getting into….the 3D printing industry

3D printer at work - eppendorff holder by Jean-Etienne Minh-Duy Poirrier on Flickr

3D printer at work by JEPoirrier on Flickr

In this guest post Dee Fisher, MD of 3DPrintedJobs, gives an overview of this growing industry, key job roles within it and tips for success.

The 3D printing industry is growing rapidly and with it the demand for 3D printing jobs. This article will give you an understanding of what 3d printing is, what jobs are available, what these roles involve and some useful interview tips.

What Is 3D Printing?

3D printing is a process of building a three-dimensional object. Digital files determine the shape of the objects that are printed. 3D printing is an additive process: objects are usually created as very thin layers of material (e.g. 0.1mm) and are added in succession. The 3D printing process is also known as additive manufacturing. Continue reading

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