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Technical Service Scientist (4808) Qiagen 01.13.2016
Clinical Representativem Strategic Accounts, Inside Sales, QuantiFERON (4824) Qiagen 01.13.2016
Field Application Specialist NGS (4827) Qiagen 01.13.2016
Field Service Engineer - Northwest (4837) Qiagen 01.13.2016
Marketing Specialist - Women's Health & Infectious Disease NA (4929) Qiagen
Germantown, MD
01.13.2016
Marketing Specialist - Women's Health & Infectious Disease North America (4929) Qiagen
Germantown, MD
01.13.2016
Assocatiate Director- Customer Insight & Analytics, North America (4931) Qiagen
Germantown, MD
01.13.2016
Manager - Market Analytics, North America (4932) Qiagen
Germantown, MD
01.13.2016
Field Service Specialist, Indianapolis (4946) Qiagen 01.13.2016
Manager Sales Dev Human ID Southeast (5017) Qiagen
Germantown, MD
01.13.2016
Field Service Specialist (5058) Qiagen 01.13.2016
QFT Hospital Sales Specialist - GA/TN (5081) Qiagen 01.13.2016
Senior Scientist I, Product Development (Scientist IV) Recro Pharma
Gainesville, GA
01.13.2016
Distribution Associate (5102) Qiagen
Minden, NV
01.13.2016
Director, National Accounts Qiagen 01.13.2016
Program Manager I Mount Sinai Genetic Testing Laboratory - Connecticut
Branford, CT
01.13.2016
Magnet Program Director Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Seattle, WA
01.14.2016
Program Administrator Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center & Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Seattle, WA
01.14.2016
Clinical Research Coordinator I Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center & Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Seattle, WA
01.14.2016
Senior Manager/ Associate Director Patient Marketing and Sales Training NanoString® Technologies, Inc.
Seattle, WA 98109
01.14.2016

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A program at the University of Colorado Boulder shakes up science teaching.

Keeping to a schedule helps principal investigators keep their lab and research humming along, the Nature Jobs blog says.

A Harvard professor blogs about how a hiring committee he is on is conducting its faculty search.

At The Scientist, Muhammad Ahmed argues that postdocs need to be supported to ensure countries' scientific prowess.