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Experimental Physicist

TeachSpin Inc., a small company in Buffalo, New York, is actively searching for an experimental physicist with experience in instrument design, advanced laboratory instruction, and experimental physics research. TeachSpin is an internationally recognized creator, designer, manufacturer, and marketer of advanced laboratory apparatus. We focus on a single goal: enhancing the advanced laboratory experience for the undergraduate physics major, through the creation of modern hands-on apparatus and experiments specifically for this program.

TeachSpin has played a central role in the creation of the Advanced Laboratory Physics Association (ALPhA), the NSF sponsored BFY conferences, and the Jonathan F. Reichert Foundation. It is seeking a physicist who shares this mission of advanced laboratory education. We are certainly interested in physicists considering a “second career” with our unusual company.

Buffalo is a recovering metropolitan city, located on Lake Erie, with a vibrant theater, classical music, and arts community. A century-long tradition of immigration, one that continues today, has led to an outstanding collection of ethnic restaurants and cultural events.  The city has a rich architectural heritage, dating from the era of the “Queen City”, then the six-wealthiest in the USA. An era of depopulation, now ending, has provided highly affordable housing. In short, Buffalo is a welcoming and friendly community; a great place to live.

If you would like to make a difference in experimental physics education in the world, this might just be the opportunity for you to realize that goal. Contact us via e-mail at

2495 Main Street

Buffalo, New York 14214

Office:  716-885-4701

Fax:  836-1077


All Profits from the sale of TeachSpin Apparatus are Assigned to the J.F. Reichert Foundation, a 501 (C) (3) Charitable organization which supports, with grants, advanced physics laboratories.

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