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We are looking to strengthen our "inorganic analytics" team as of July 1, 2020 or by appointment:

Tasks:

  • Independent planning, execution, evaluation, assessment and documentation of elemental analyses (ICP-MS, ICP-OES, AAS, XRF), among others in GMP and ISO 17025 environment
  • Development and validation of methods as well as statistical data evaluation and documentation according to GMP and ISO regulations in close cooperation with the customer
  • Creation of quality-relevant documents (e.g. analysis regulations, SOPs, WIs) and processing of deviations, OOSs and CoCs
  • Active participation in the continuous improvement of systems, laboratory organisation and documents
  • Participation in internal and external audits within the framework of ISO 9001, ISO 17025 and GMP
  • Close cooperation with the organic analysis and R&D departments of Suisse Technology Partners AG within the scope of development projects
  • Substitute of the laboratory responsible for "Elemental analysis

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The Praxiszirkel Verpackungsentwicklung „von der Simulation bis zum Test“, which took place on 22 May 2019 at Suisse Technology Partners AG in Neuhausen, brought together experts along the value chain. They discussed open questions, showed successful practical examples and thus created the basis for joint projects or an improved development process. The Packaging Development Practice Circle is organized by inno-pack.net. It is aimed at experts from industry or universities who deal with issues in the field of packaging development, simulation and testing. If you are interested in the exchange, please contact Dieter Franzke from inno-pack.net directly.

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Nanomaterials have a huge potential for innovation. What often stands in the way of wider application, however, are concerns about interaction with living organisms. Anyone who uses nanomaterials or wants to do so in the future must necessarily look into their properties and find out about possible dangers.
The contactpointnano.ch initiative offers guidance throughout Switzerland and supports companies in the safe handling of nanomaterials. This initiative will be presented at the "Nano-safety" matarial meeting and further lectures on the subject of nanotechnology from practice will be offered.

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