Dr. Stephanie Urbin Scientist, Fabric & Homecare Technology Development

Dr. Stephanie Urbin Scientist, Fabric & Homecare Technology Development

“When thinking of P&G products, many people say “oh, it’s just soap”.  While some P&G products do indeed contain soap, they also contain many other ingredients and technologies that give essential benefits to the consumer, and saying “it’s just soap” really doesn’t capture all the science behind our products.  Where would detergents like Tide be without new surfactants replacing soap and the addition of enzymes to improve cleaning?  Where would diapers like Pampers be without key new technologies like super absorbing polymers to keep babies bottoms dry while significantly reducing diaper thickness?  Where would freshness sprays like Febreze be without the discovery of a P&G proprietary molecule that uniquely absorbs odors rather than covering them up?   The story that usually gets told to consumers is a warm, fuzzy, and simplified version, but here at P&G, I know that our products rely on scientific innovation… and even better, I am now one of the people that creates technologies for the future!”

 

“Here at P&G, I know that our products rely on scientific innovation – P&G prioritizes time, money, and resources on research and development and certainly has the top line instruments, technologies, and inventors to show for it!  The opportunities at P&G really are endless – we have PhD Scientists and Engineers that work on very different technologies for very different products, all within the same company.  You could work on anything from new, sustainable materials for current products to creating completely new businesses and products… and beyond!”

See Stephanie's resume.