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Jine Jine Li

Jine Jine Li

Recent Masters Graduate in Chemical & Biological Engineering


Weizmann Institute of Science: Clore Garden of Science


Maintained the ecological life within the Ecosphere including introducing new plant and animal life.

Career medium 03

Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA)

ChemTRAC Technical Advisor

-Provided consulting services to clients on chemical use and release estimation (i.e. volatile organic compounds), pollution prevention and how to comply with the City of Toronto's Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw; compiled and delivered results through technical report for clients
-Established successful one-on-one customer and technical support services as well as delievered instructional webinars demosntrating tools for chemical estimation
-Developed creative tools to improve communication between the City and businesses to meet requirements of the bylaw in collaboration with Toronto Public Health


University of Toronto

Research Assistant

Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
Supervised by Director of Biozone: Elizabeth Edwards

Career medium 05

University of Toronto

Teaching Assistantships

-Plant Design (CHE430)
-Bioprocess Engineering (CHE466)
-Engineering Biology (CHE353)
-Conducted tutorials for 15-30 students where material was condensed and presented in a clear and concise manner resulting in positive feedback from students.
-Mentored 3 groups of 5-6 students, promoting team dynamic, resolving conflicts and motivating students on a plant design project involving Nickel Recovery from Converter Slags where one group won the top Environmental award.


NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation)

Research Intern in Japan

-Collected information on discovering contaminants that interfered with measuring a possible hormonal stress indicator in saliva by conducting a literature review and designing experiments with ELISA, resulting in a technical report and presentation that achieved “Excellent” grades.
-Actively participated in Japanese cultural activities as an extracurricular project. Participated in various activities such as karate, flower arranging and language improvement.

Career medium 02
Career medium 06

British Columbia Innovation Council

Life Sciences Sector Analyst

Assisted with improving communication between industry, organizations and academia in the Bioproducts and Biorefining industry, by designing and implementing a database and monthly forum that received positive feedback from participants who found value in these tools.



R&D Co-op Student

Operated the pilot plant and assisted with Quality Control in which abundant integrity and responsibility was demonstrated to conduct an individual project in which various blends of pulp were experimented with, in order to improve quality and economics of certain types of paper. Findings were reported in a technical report that received an “A” grade.

Career medium 01

University of Toronto

MASc, Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry

The University of British Columbia

Applied Science, Chemical & Biological Engineering