Managing Scientist Jobs in Michigan

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Zoetis - Kalamazoo, MI
Position Summary: Zoetis has developed industry leading genetic evaluations for cattle that combine genomic, phenotypic, and pedigree data to help livestock producers address complex challenges...
30+ days ago
EFI - Ypsilanti, MI
Principal Chemist, Ink Technology Location Ypsilanti, MI Tracking # 5302 # of Openings 1 Apply Now EFI is looking for a Principal Chemist - Ink Technology to join our Inkjet Solutions Business...
30+ days ago

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This class teaches you how to build powerful web and mobile apps and host them in the cloud, without writing a line of code.

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