Schering-Plough Corporation Seeks Process Analytical Technology Manager

Title: Process Analytical Technology (PAT) Manager Description: Implement Process Analytical Technology (PAT) throughout all the Global Quality Sites to identification of incoming materials and monitor manufacturing processes. Work directly with the sites and Schering Plough Research Institute to help support / initiate the development, validation, and deployment of PAT at the sites. Review, evaluate, implement, and manage PAT activities. Provide guidance / technical help to the sites to conduct evaluation and purchase commercial PAT related analytical equipment (e.g. NIR / FT-NIR, Raman / FT-Raman, IR / FT - IR etc.). Maintain analytical instruments in the lab to comply with cGMP standards and requirements. Train and mentor laboratory staff on PAT to generate analytical data for routine experiments. Generate network and infrastructures with various sites of the corporation. Take full ownership / responsibility and provide effective, meaningful, result driven and pro-active leadership on all PAT projects. Responsible to transfer knowledge / technology of PAT related projects and activities to sites. Job is located in New Jersey. Respectfully, Vincent L. Graziano Recruiting Manager / Global Staffing Schering-Plough Corporation 556 Morris Avenue, S1-1 Summit, N.J. 07901 Ph: 908-473-2745 Fx: 908-473-2793 Ph: 908-298-5232 (Kenilworth) Careers: Employment Opportunities email: vincent.graziano@spcorp.com 

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The Wood-Based Biorefinery in a Petroleum Depleted World

The Mid-Hudson Section of the American Chemical Society and Vassar College Announce The Wood-Based Biorefinery in a Petroleum Depleted World Dr. Arthur J. Stipanovic, Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) Wednesday, November 7th, 2007 Time: 7:00 pm Location: Mudd Chemistry Building, Third Floor Refreshments will be served at 6:30 pm Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York Contact: Dr Joseph Tanski (jotanski@vassar.edu, 845-437-7503) Abstract: The 21st century is envisioned to become the age of biology as renewable biomass resources replace petroleum in energy and industrial product applications. Motivated by concerns over national energy security, global CO2 reduction, a need for biodegradable products, and enhanced rural economic development, the engineering and construction of biorefineries for the manufacture of fuels, chemicals, polymeric materials and power from renewable resources is now a critical national priority. The context and intent of a biorefinery must be much more than simply replacing crude oil with renewable raw materials. A successful biorefinery must: 1) efficiently separate its raw material source into individual components, and, 2) be able to convert these components into marketplace products. The biorefinery must mirror the efficiency of today's modern petrochemical refinery in using…

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