Chocolate taster wanted for study

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Chocolate lovers are being given the chance to indulge their sweet tooth by becoming a ‘doctor of chocolate’ at Cambridge University.

A researcher is being sought for a PhD on chocolate by the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology.

The challenge for the ‘doctor of chocolate’ is to develop a chocolate that wont melt in warm climates.

Candidates wishing to study chocolate need to apply by 29 August.

The would-be ‘doctor of chocolate’ will be expected to investigate why chocolate has a melting point close to that of the human body and how this can be changed.

The research project is “mainly experimental”, but will require good mathematical skills, the advert says.

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28 Responses

  1. i would love chocolate that does not melt me and my mom always go on trips that include chocolate and it ALWAYS MELTS so i say YYYEEEEESSSSSS

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