We’re Hiring!

March 20, 2013 | Posted by Team in Company, Science Exchange News |

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It’s been almost two years since we founded Science Exchange with the goal of making scientific research more efficient.

We started off as a small team: a breast-cancer biologist, a software engineer, and an economist. Stemming from our own experiences in scientific research, we sought to create a centralized marketplace which researchers could use to easily access the world’s scientific expertise.

After participating in the Y Combinator program, launching in August 2011 and raising funding from top-tier investors, we’ve grown Science Exchange to list over 4700 services at 71 of the top 100 research universities. Researchers from California State to Princeton University, the NIH to NASA, and small biotechs to large pharma, have all found and ordered services through the platform. And we’ve expanded globally, with press noted in Fast Company, Wired, Nature, and CNBC.

Now, we’re looking to take Science Exchange to the next level. We have exciting plans to continue to optimize our product platform for research customers, and┬ábolster our service offerings to more disciplines. There are many new partnerships and initiatives in the pipeline, and are looking for talented engineers and scientists to help support us in this vision.

We’re hiring for a range of positions, from software engineers to data scientists, and customer development to community managers. If you’re interested, or may know one who is, check out our jobs page at:

https://www.scienceexchange.com/jobs

Sincerely,

~ The Science Exchange Team

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