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How do I become a lab technician?

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:20

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Posted by surekha C.
Michael Willis | Analytical Chemist/R&D Chemist/Lab Tech/G.C.,G.C./M.S. Chemist Unemployed Alert 4/18//16 ... Lab Technician have two careers in the chemical industry and clinical ...

I plan to start a career forensic chemistry, what types of jobs will I be doing after I graduate.

I would like to know what I will be expecting after Graduation #laboratory...

#field-work

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by tia F.
Jeff Greco, Ph.D. | Research Chemist Tia, It depends upon your choice in education. A bachelor's of ...

How much does a forensic scientist get paid monthly

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:50

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Posted by Azandia T.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Azandia! The average pay for a Forensic Scientist is $51,231 ...

I am interested in CEC subject, but i want to became a lab technician. What should I do?

for my best future #laboratory #lab-technician #cec #science...

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Active Nov 01 '17 at 08:07

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Posted by farha B.
Abigail Gowin | Laboratory Technician at Dow AgroSciences Hi, Farha! First, I want to let you know a laboratory ...

What are the needed skill set required for forensic science careers?

I am a biology major. I became interested in forensics due to loving many science subjects. I became torn when I looked over careers that dealt with all the different fields of science. It was only when I took criminology that I started to look at the forensics field. I am really looking...

#laboratory #biology #forensic #crime

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Onyinye I.
Kayla Heesh | Graduate from Clayton State University Hey! I think it's awesome that you're looking into forensics and ...

What are some careers that involve both the science and medical fields but are more based in a lab setting?

Im asking because I am interested in the medical field and the science field and I want to know what types of careers involve these two fields #medicine #science #biomedical...

#laboratory

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Emily S.
Candace Bellamy | Singer/Songwriter at In My Lane Pathologist are physicians that spend much of their time in a ...

What boundaries, if any, can limit a Research Assistant's role in conducting experiments to produce results?

I would like to know how successful I can expect to be as a Research Assistant. My goal is to study Biochemistry and work in a laboratory finding cures for diseases. My dream is to incorporate my passion for science into a career that will provide unlimited growth and success. #science...

#biochemistry #laboratory #research

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:48

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Posted by Bryan L.
Keith Martin | Wireless Technology Planning Hi Bryan, A research assistant is usually a temporary position. While ...

Is it possible to study Medicine after undertaking a bachelaor deree in Medical Laboratory science and Biotecnology?

I study Chinese in Taiwan and after I finished my one year of studying Chinese language I want to study Medical Laboratory Science and Biotechnology because it is the only program offered in English besides engineering courses. However my dream is to study Medicine. #medicine #biotechnology...

#laboratory

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:55

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Posted by Mary H.
Mouna T | Biomedical Engineer Hello, Medical Laboratory Science and Biotechnology (MLSB) is a very great ...

Tips for getting into psychology labs?

I'm an undergraduate right now, and I've heard it's essential to have lab experience to get into Ph.D programs. What kinds of things should I put on a resume to get accepted into these labs? How should I go about contacting the directors of the labs? I'm okay playing politics in these...

#laboratory #graduate-school #psychology #resume #research

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Active Sep 28 '17 at 16:20

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Posted by Alexandra C.
Linda Ann Robinson, Ph.D. | Industrial-Organizational Psychology & HR Consulting Simple: make an appointment to speak with the respective researchers at ...

How do I become a scientist?

I want know about scientist lab and what are they doing with chemicals? #teaching #technology #science #laboratory...

#higher-education

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Active Apr 10 at 01:33

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Posted by jignesh S.
Anand Devasthanam | Helping everyone understand science In today's day and age, receiving an advanced degree, typically a ...

In your personal opinion, is it better to do research with a company or a university? Why?

I know that I want to be a researcher. I have been thinking about neurology, but I know it will be in the biological field. I am just unsure about whether or not I want to work as a professor at a university or a scientist at a company. I know there are pros and cons to both. My father is a...

#laboratory #graduate-school #college #research #science

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Mira S.
Christopher Weeks | Digital Innovation EngD Research Engineer at EDF Energy ... Hi Mira, My advice to you would be to go and ...

As a scientist, how do you find a job that allows you to study the material, but pays well?

From what I've hear, the higher paying jobs are mostly paper pushing, or directing other research, not hands on work. #scientist #science #laboratory #career #career-counseling...

#higher-education

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Active Oct 21 '17 at 19:52

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Posted by Sarahfina P.
Vernon Turner | Independent Writing and Editing Professional Not true. If you carefully research your employment opportunities and inquire ...

Is a better choice to graduate in a school with a biotechnology program or a school that has just a biology major and concentration in Biotech

Am a junior college student majoring in Biotechnology. Am asking my question because I want to make a better choice for my degree #tech #marine-biology #biotechnology #laboratory...

#forensic-analysis

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Active Feb 05 at 19:51

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Posted by Silas T.
uday chintapula | Research Analyst | Bio Engineer | Data Analyst It depends on what research idea you are pursuing. Biology doesn't ...

Is it smart to take advantage of a Build-Your-Own-Program at a college you're interested in?

My dream college doesn't offer my exact degree (Medical Laboratory technology). However, they have a system that if they do not offer your degree, they have a "build your own program". Is it smart to do so? Will the program here be less valuable than a school who already offers the program?...

#choosing-a-major #college-admissions #college #laboratory #medicine #college-majors #technology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Cheyanne L.
Aijaz Pasha College is a time unlike any other in your life. You ...

How essential is your degree type (BS, MS, Phd) in the research field?

I would like to know how the different degree types could impact my role in the research field. Is there an incentive to continuing my education past a bachelor's degree? #science #research #biochemistry #laboratory...

#lab-technician

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:48

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Posted by Bryan L.
Keith Martin | Wireless Technology Planning Hi Bryan, If you want to perform research at the highest ...

Can I use my BS in Biology when I graduate to work as a forensic tech? If so, what hard and soft skills are required?

I want to work while attending graduate school for Crime Scene Investigation. I am currently taking organic chemistry where I will be learning about the GC mass spectrometer. I also have other laboratory skills I have learned in college. #career #biology #career-counseling #forensic #laboratory...

#lab-technician

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Active Aug 25 '17 at 02:25

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Posted by Onyinye I.
Spruce Cox | Retired Aerospace Engineer and Rocket Scientist My background is in mechanical engineering but as your question is ...

What are the steps that a virologist under goes to investigate an unknown virus?

My interest career wise is investigation. I'm less than 3 months away to start my bachelors degree in Biology and I have been thinking into what branch I'll be delving in to once I finish it. One of them is virology. I understand that this studies the deseases that viruses cause in an organism....

#biology #chemistry #environmental-science #virology #microbiology #environment #laboratory #life-sciences

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Active May 30 at 12:30

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Posted by Cristian S.
Anjana John | BS Biology/ Biological Science, Penn State University Hello Christian, Biology is a wonderful major that you can learn ...

Are there only certain forensic scientists that are asked to go crime scenes to investigate and gather data?

I am physically disabled and I enjoy and prefer working in lab settings. I wouldn't be comfortable with going to crime scenes and having to be extra careful with my steps or worrying about how I will help gather evidence if I have to squat or be in positions that are difficult for me to get in....

#detective #biology #science #forensic-science #laboratory #chemistry #crime-scene-investigator #criminology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Miranda R.
Kayla Heesh | Graduate from Clayton State University Most Forensics scientists do not actually go to the scene. This ...

What does a regular work day of forensic scientists consist of?

I want to know how often I will be preforming experiments, collecting data, analyzing data, or collaborating with a team so that I know that it is the best fit for me. #science #biology #chemistry #criminology #laboratory #crime-scene-investigator #forensic-science...

#teamwork

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Miranda R.
Kanani Thompson | Graduate Research Assistant at Loyola University Chicago I think that one of the problems with answering this question ...

How much room is there for me to grow?

I really enjoy team management too, so I was wondering if I would be able to be promoted or move up after so many years of experience. I would also need to know if a lot of team work goes on in the laboratory. #science #biology #management #chemistry #laboratory #team-leadership #teamwork...

#forensic-scientist

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Active Feb 02 at 11:33

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Posted by Miranda R.
Wayne Fonville | Ohio Miranda, Good question. This is something that many people don't think ...

Which do you find better when it comes to the pharmacy world, working in a research lab or a pharmacy in a drug store/hospital?

I have been accepted into a pre-pharmacy program and I am hoping to finish school with a Pharm-D. I feel that a research lab will be better for me because I want to help in finding things like the cure to cancer or the cure to Alzheimer's and I believe that the cure is in medicine. I want to...

#pharmd #medical-research #pharmacy #medicine #laboratory #pharmacists #research #pharmacist

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Active Dec 23 '17 at 06:28

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Posted by Megan G.
Melida Alaniz | TEXAS Megan: I agree with the previous answer as to it would ...

How did you decide on your career?

Hi, i am in 9th grade and constantly worry about my future. I am always online googling information that i hope will give me something to let me know that i would be useful in a certain profession. I want to understand how people came to choose their professions, without knowing if they would...

#animals #photography #anesthesiologist #veterinarian #modeling #laboratory #surgeon #technology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:15

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Posted by meghan S.
Sally Barnett (BA Hons) | Keeping Busy!!! - Illustrator and Designer, also Web ... You have PLENTY of time to work this out. When I ...

With a forensic science degree with a concentration in biology, what is to be expected job-wise?

I intend to major in forensic science (biology, not chemistry), but even after quite a lot of research, I'm finding it quite difficult figuring out what exactly one does if they have biology as the concentration (for the major). I prefer biology over chemistry, so I'm just wondering if a major...

#biology #forensic-analysis #evidence #forensics #crime-scene-investigator #laboratory #chemistry #analyst

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Amanda M.
christine shaji | Student at Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College Essential Information Forensic biologists provide critical analysis of crime scenes and ...

Is it necessary to minor in chemistry if I am interested in the criminal forensic laboratory field?

Hello, I am a current student at Xavier University located in Cincinnati, Ohio (Go Muskies!). I am double major in criminal justice and psychology and will hope to complete Xavier University with a bachelor degree in science. With my immense passion for justice, I want to take my bachelor...

#studentloan #1kscholarship #criminal #psychology #science #lowincome #musketeer #criminaljustice #fafsa #xavieru #jesuitcollege #xavieruniveristy #lab #financialaid #laboratory #chemistry #scholarship

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Active Jun 11 at 04:30

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Posted by Jeremy B.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Congratulations on being interested in becoming involved in criminal forensics. It ...

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