Before becoming the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church, Francis held many jobs, including working in a chemistry lab, teaching, janitorial work, and others. Perhaps the most surprising job was serving as a bouncer for a nightclub in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 16 more words
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Born in 1870, George Lewis “Tex” Rickard’s career path was far from traditional. He served time as a Texas marshal, prospected for gold in Alaska, founded both the South America Land and Cattle Company and the Rickard Texas Oil Company, and famously promoted boxing across the United States. 265 more words
As we approach the year end, lots of chemical engineers around the world are picking up their accolades for a year of hard work.
I’ve selected two stories for today’s blog from Malaysia and New Zealand – countries with very active and enthusiastic IChemE members. 512 more words
Technology and social media developments may have changed the way businesses communicate but certain “old-fashioned” customer service fundamentals will never go out of style.
Many 40-and-older entrepreneurs understand this because they’ve been customers themselves for a long time. 272 more words
Postdoctoral Research Associate – SynbiCITE
We invite applications for a post of Postdoctoral Research Associate to participate in an exciting and innovative collaboration with synthetic biologists at Imperial College and its Partners in the SynbiCITE programme which is funded by the EPSRC, the BBSRC and the TSB as an Innovation and Knowledge Centre (IKC). 297 more words