If you know the answer to making sure chocolate melts in your mouth, not in your hand, the University of England has got a job for you. The University has posted a job description for a doctoral student to study how chocolate works. They want the candidate to study how to keep chocolate-based food from melting in warm climates.
That isn't easy considering chocolate starts softening around 93 Fahrenheit. Sadly, only European Union citizens can apply. Expertise in chemical engineering, geotechnical engineering and soft matter physics a plus. Hey, it's never too late to go back to school.
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