Episode 7: FDU Cosmetic Science Program - Steve Herman Interview

Many people have asked about whether they should get an advanced degree in cosmetic science. Well, in today’s show we interview one of the instructors at the Fairleigh Dickinson University cosmetic science program, Steve Herman.

Show notes:

1. News
New acne technology that kills bacteria using gold & lactic acid ‘nano-bombs’.

2. Cosmetic Science Jobs
We discuss the different types of jobs you might get as a cosmetic chemist. This is related to a blog post we did about chemist careers.

3. Interview with Steve Herman
Steve Herman is an adjunct professor in the FDU Masters in Cosmetic Science program and has been since 1993. He is also a regular columnist at GCI magazine and has written the book ‘Fragrance Applications: A Survival Guide’. He has over 30 years of experience in the cosmetic and fragrance industry.

You can contact Steve through his website www.stephen-herman.com

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Chemists Corner is a podcast about cosmetic science and is broadcast to help educate, entertain, and inspire current and future cosmetic scientists. The information and opinions discussed on Chemists Corner are those of the hosts and the guests alone. They do not necessarily reflect those of any past, present or future employers.

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