Cambridge University Seeks 'Doctor of Chocolate'

The candidate, who must have a top degree in physics, chemistry or engineering, will study the factors of melting chocolate.
0:48 | 08/18/14

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Finally there is a -- field of science that you can literally sink your teeth it. The UK's Cambridge University is offering a fully funded scholarship through its department of chemical -- -- biotechnology. To -- a degree PHT. In chocolate. Yes it's true it is not a simple though as one might imagine the candidate must focus on ways to stop chocolate from melting in warm climates. We suspect it's going to involve a little more sophisticated solution and just keep in refrigerator. Also there's -- involved what other huge caveat Americans. Need not apply the student ship -- call that Cambridge is available to European nationals.

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