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Categories: Medical Biology, Undergradute
Deciding on a career path can seem like a tremendous task, to begin with. After studying multiple subjects for years, you finally have an idea about what you enjoy learning and potentially a career in biology to pursue. The next step is to look for a degree in the industry you want to head into.
In this blog, you will discover a little more about the potential careers you can have after graduating with a Medical Biology degree. This field of biology has many practical applications from in-vitro fertilisation, to the mechanics of cystic fibrosis, and even the dynamic of HIV. At the end of this blog, you’ll know a little bit more about a potential role in this sector.
You might want to work towards a career in biology to help cure disease or create a new vaccine, but biotechnology is an exciting career that can see you combine two incredible industries.
A biotechnologist applies the practical use of biology, with technology to make advancements in cosmetics, agriculture, pharmaceuticals and other products. Your day to day tasks depends on what area you are in. You might be the person responsible for creating a new and more efficient crop, in which case, you might mutilate and manipulate the DNA of another so that it is fit for a new purpose.
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