Kingsport, TN: Eastman Chemical is looking for a research scientist to work on colloid/interface research.
(What's it like to live/work in Kingsport, anyway?)
Chicago, IL: AbbVie looking for a B.S./M.S. synthetic chemist (2-5 years experience.)
Pike Creek, DE: Nichino America looking for a safety, quality and formulation manager.
Colonial Heights, VA: Honeywell looking for a polymer R&D chemist; Ph.D. with 7 years experience.
Back again: PharmAgra, looking again.
Dayton, OH: UES is a rather frequent submitter of ads to C&EN Jobs, but I'll be dipped if I understand this position for a mechanical engineer:
The successful candidate will be an active member of a collaborative origami engineering research team within the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate and Aerospace Systems Directorate of the Air Force Research Laboratory. The research project will focus on the development of computational tools for the design of origami devices and origami-inspired material microstructures for multiphysics performance objectives. The successful candidate will develop efficient design strategies to predict optimal crease patterns for large folding operations with nonlinear geometric and material effects. The candidate will also integrate additional performance criteria, such as electromagnetic or acoustical objectives, into the design tool.Orgami? Weird.