Opportunity for Industrial Placement Students
Domino Printing Sciences PLC
Domino is one of the world’s leaders in industrial inkjet printing.
Founded in 1978 in Cambridge, turning over above £300 million.
Continuous inkjet (CIJ) and laser printers deposit codes and expiry dates on common packaging you see on shop shelves every day such beverage bottles and food packaging.
Drop on demand (DOD) printers produce the colourful and high quality graphic designs on packaging which make them attractive to consumers.
Chemists at Domino design inks of many different colours, which adhere to various materials. They can be water based, solvent based or UV curable.
We have several student placements available
Perfect for gaining practical experience of chemistry with a large company which sells to customers worldwide. You could be working in the product development team where you would have the opportunity to contribute to an actual ink product. During many previous placements, these were later released to the marketplace. There are also projects available in fundamental understanding of ink chemistry, answering questions such as ‘what are the mechanisms of ink degradation?’ and ‘how can we make inks more environmentally friendly?’ We require students to apply who have interests in the following: Materials Science, Polymer Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Colour Science and Analytical Chemistry. As part of your placement, you will optionally have the opportunity to gain RSC (Royal Society of Chemistry) accreditation which recognises the skills and experience you have gained.
All placements are a 1-year contract running from August 2021 until July 2022.
Domino is situated in Bar Hill, just on the outskirts of Cambridge.
Cambridge is an ancient university city 66 miles from London and 34 miles from Stansted Airport.
To apply please click the link below to complete the short application form and upload your CV and covering letter.
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