Looking for a job in nanotech marketing, sales, or education

Hi Everyone,


I am a nanotech writer and science journalist in NYC, currently looking for a job in nanotech marketing, sales, or education.

I have 2+ years experience conveying hard science and technical details to a lay audience in a clear and engaging way. My work has been featured in online publications such as Scientific American, Mashable, Materials Views, and TechNewsDaily.


My skills include:

  • Native English speaker, with excellent grammar skills.
  • Attention to detail; excellent fact checker and proofreader.
  • Working knowledge of CSS and HTML.
  • Eye for layout and design.
  • Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Endnote.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Work well under pressure.
  • Fluent in Hebrew.
  • Willing to relocate.
  • Love for nanotechnology.

For writing clips, Please check out my website JuliansScienceCorner.com

If anyone has any leads or opportunities, please let me know. CV/resume is available on request. Also, for anyone who sees this in Europe: I am in the process of obtaining an EU citizenship. 


Thank you,

Julian Taub


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