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15th May

Microfluidic Enginer

— Disruptive technology

Greater North London
£40,000 - £55,000 + benefits


  • Unique IP and offering
  • Outstanding career opportunities
  • Strong company culture

What you'll be doing:

As a key Microfluidic Engineer, you’ll be working on prototyping and simulation for this market leading technology which is set to make an impact in the medical world. You’ll have a direct input towards design and long-term efficiency of the platform.

What experience you’ll need to apply?

  • Experience in microfabrication, micro-milling, bonding, lithography and stamping.
  • Sound CAD design skills, with COMSOL benefificial but not essential.
  • Degree qualified in Engineering, ideally Masters or PhD in Microfluidic or Hydrodynamic related subject areas.
  • Cell Culture experience would be advantageous.

What’s next?

If you’re looking for an exciting and challenging role working on disruptive technology for medical therapies, apply now


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