More new faces at Nonlinear

We’ve had a bit of a recruitment boom here at Nonlinear Dynamics over the past few months – firstly with the expansion of our software development team back in March – and now we’re pleased to announce the arrival of a new senior applications scientist and a new software tester.

DJ-2Dave Jackson has 14 years of experience in the proteomics sector, primarily in the 2D-gel field with emphases on methodological improvement, standardisation, analysis and biomarker discovery. Strictly speaking, this isn’t the first time we’ve shared an office with Dave as he used to work for Biosignatures Ltd, a spin-off company from Nonlinear who were fully separated following our acquisition by Waters, so it’s nice to have him back. 🙂 He’ll be working in applications science with a particular focus on experimental design, analysis, and QC. When not found sampling the region’s ales, Dave likes to spend his time running, partly to work off the stress of being a Hull City supporter.



Colin McKay has been a software tester since 1998 with experience in the electrical, financial, and health sectors. In fact, Colin is another person to fly the nest and come back, as he previously worked for us between 2002 and 2006 where he focussed on the testing of our 1D and 2D gel software applications, which are now developed and distributed by TotalLab. Nonlinear has a habit of luring people back! In his spare time Colin enjoys American football, watching films (particularly world cinema and horror) and amateur photography.



Interested in a career at Nonlinear Dynamics?

If Nonlinear Dynamics sounds like somewhere you’d like to work and you think you can strengthen our team, you might want to check out our recruitment page.