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ain, jobseekers will walk out into Manhattan with a clearly defined career strategy for working in pharma and biosciences; without the bitter pill. Organizations are already signed up for this event and we anticipate companies new to the event will be tempted by this unique opportunity," claimed Ben Crowe, Naturejobs' Publisher. Crowe added, "Only names like NYAS and Naturejobs can draw out the top-flight researchers and recruiters from hubs like the tri-state area."

"When we held our first Career Fair and Symposium last year, we discovered a pent-up demand for both jobseekers and recruiters in this sector," said Eric Staeva-Vieira PhD, program manager for the Academy's Science Alliance. "Recruiters raved about the great qualifications of the candidates and jobseekers said they had never seen so many of the major companies at one event before--in any city."

Dr. Staeva-Vieira noted that this collaboration combines the expertise of the Academy as one of the world's foremost presenters of scientific conferences with the scientific excellence, global readership, and marketing power of Nature Publishing Group. Naturejobs, the classified jobs section of Nature, has been the first port of call for scientific jobseekers for over 30 years.


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Contact: Fred Moreno
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New York Academy of Sciences
22-Mar-2005


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