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Shimadzu Scientific Instruments - Wilmington, DE
Field Service Engineer Mid-Atlantic Service Territory Shimadzu Scientific Instruments is one of the largest suppliers of analytical instrumentation, physical testing, and environmental monitoring...
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Become a Pharmacy Technician

Becoming a pharmacy technician is a simpler path than most students think. While many students are convinced that becoming certified involves months of schooling -currently this is NOT the...


Global History Lab, Part 2

This course will give you a perspective on the multiple historical pathways to our present. It builds on Global History Lab, Part 1, but you are welcome to take this course without having taken...


Archaeology: from Dig to Lab and Beyond
Chart the progress of an archaeological excavation from dig to lab and beyond.

We’ll show you around our field school at the Vale of Pewsey, a relatively untouched site compared to its famous...


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