San Diego Data Science & R Users Group Message Board › Fixing bio lab equipment as part-time employment?
|A former member||
After meeting several biology professionals last night, I started wondering - there are a lot of bio/med/genetics labs around here, with all kinds of finicky equipment. Is there a need for anyone to fix and tinker with that equipment, to keep old out-of-warranty machines going? I'm a physicist, expert at electronics and instrumentation, looking for part time work while arranging for the next major project. Who could use a guy with a soldering iron in one hand, a scope probe in the other, and good at bit twiddling, microprocessors and signal processing?