Electrical Engineering Position at AAFI Cambridge-based, biomedical research firm AAFI is updating an existing experimental bench top blood analyzer that has been used in research, and is looking for an electrical engineer who is also interested in mechanical engineering to help with this development.
This is a fascinating project ideal for someone with broad engineering and scientific interests!
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