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We are currently recruiting for a Graduate Geophysicist for our client who is based on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a forward thinking and highly regarded
Astute Technical Recruitment
Graduate Chemist Waste Management Bristol £18,700 per annum Introduction We are currently recruiting for a Graduate Chemist to join one of the industry leaders in hazardous and clinical was
My Client, a specialist UK based Consultancy which specialises in Hydrology and Hydrogeology, is searching for an Graduate Hydrologist to be based in Shrewsbury. Applicants are required to have a strong MSc and/or BSc in a relevant discipline including En
Rise Technical Recruitment
Entry level Geophysicist role on offer within a large and rapidly growing company that will provide full industry training and the chance to build a long-term career with strong pathways to progression. Do you hold a degree in Geophysics, Geoscience or Ma
Do you hold a Chemistry related degree with a 2:1 or above and want to put your fantastic subject knowledge into practice by enhancing pupils learning? Are you keen to apply for teacher training in the near future but would relish the opportunity to gain
We don’t need to tell you that science is vast – it covers everything from the depths of space to the minutiae of DNA evidence, with all of human, animal and plant life in between.
A huge part of science is pharmaceuticals, which is often thought of as a separate industry – one that creates, develops, tests, produces, markets and sells the drugs that we see on the supermarket shelves and use to rid us of everything from a scratchy cough to a complex illness. Being part of this means you will positively impact health around the world – significantly changing the lives of millions of people.
Huge progress has been made in recent years, and new technologies have been introduced that have changed the way we live our lives. With these advances it has been possible to develop drugs to help the fight against HIV, for instance, improving the lives of millions of people. Having the opportunity to positively impact the lives of people in this way is an exciting thing to be part of.
Of course, it’s not just people that you can help save through a career in the sciences. The world is facing a sustained climate challenge in the 21st Century, and it’s scientists who are fighting this. It’s scientists that are exploring the far reaches of the universe and debating whether we’ll ever make contact with alien life (and whether Pluto is, or isn’t, a planet.) It’s scientists that allow us to go about our daily lives safely, and sort things out when they go wrong.