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Cambridge Chocolate Job Is a Sweet Opportunity for Someone

By    |   Monday, 18 Aug 2014 03:30 PM

There's a sweet job opening at the University of Cambridge in England for a doctor of chocolate.

The position, which was posted on Cambridge's job page, isn’t quite as frivolous as it may sound. The university is looking for a PhD student to study ways to slow the speed at which chocolate melts, and that would greatly enhance transportation issues companies producing the sweet products face in warmer climates, the job description said.

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It’s an important job, especially considering that Markets and Markets estimated global sales of chocolate to hit $98.3 billion by 2016.

But although the job requires a degree in physics, chemistry, materials science, or engineering, many online were immediately fascinated in the more esoteric aspects of studying chocolate. Many, it seems, were enthralled with the idea of getting to work with creamy, chocolaty goodness.







One man, though, may have solved the problem for chocolate companies everywhere, without even applying – and possibly without a chemistry or physics degree.



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