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Shortage of Graduate Chemists Threatens Innovation in EU

12:57 AM MST | February 19, 2009 | Alex Scott in Amsterdam

The dearth of graduate chemists joining the chemicals industry in Europe as researchers is now “recognized” at the highest level as a threat to the industry, says Gernot Klotz, executive director, research and innovation at Cefic. “The HR issue is now back on the agenda at Cefic,” he says. Klotz was one of a number of speakers at Innovation & New Product Development in the Chemical Industry, a conference being held today in Amsterdam by conference organisers ENG (Amsterdam), to refer to the shortage of research chemists as an impending...

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Comments (1) for Shortage of Graduate Chemists Threatens Innovation in EU
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You can Find a very good Student in chemistry i Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico & two Prived Universities ITESUM, UNIVERSIDAD IBEROAMERICANA.
You can find candidates for your needs.
Posted by Fernando Zendejas on Thursday, February 19, 2009 @ 12:48 PM










 
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