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How would a day in the life of a research technician look like?

I love to to research random topics I am interested in. A major portion of my free time consists of using google. Is a major in the field of research vastly different from what imagine it to be?...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Posted by Walner D.
Vanja Cvijanovic | Attended The University of Western Ontario Hey Walner, Simply searching different topics in google in my opinion ...

What is researching career

be a research...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:14

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Posted by Bhavan K.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive You need to be more specific. You can be an internal ...

How interesting is a career in research?

I am majoring in Health Studies, and one possible career that I can pursue is in research. #healthcare...

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Active Aug 20 '17 at 00:31

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Posted by Lera K.
Talayah Jackson - MPH, MBA, PMP | Manager at PwC - Specializing in Population Health ... Health research is an interesting and ever changing field. I work ...

What is a typical day like in biochemistry research? Are there multiple projects you work on at once or is it mainly one project at a time?

I really don't know what a typical day would look like in a research lab. #research...

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Active Aug 20 '17 at 22:12

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Posted by Fiona T.
Sesha Arathi Paluri | Research Professional (PhD) This entirely depends on the research in the professor's lab with ...

If I'm going into biochemistry research should I stay in the university system or look for a job elsewhere?

I want to know the consequences of being employed at universities, government agencies, or private companies. #research...

#bio-chem

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Active Aug 20 '17 at 22:18

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Posted by Fiona T.
Divya Jain Hello, Thanks for Asking..!! The career in Biochemical Research is in ...

How relevant is a French degree in the US?

I will be studying in France but returning to the US #research...

#nuclear-engineering

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Brittany B.
Karine LEFRANCQ | Project Management Inviting you to read this article : http://www.usnews.com/education/best-global-universities/articles/2015/04/13/weigh-the-pros-cons-of-earning-a-bachelors-degree-in-Europe

If I want to research medicine, what should I major and minor in during college?

I have always figured it would be chemistry, but would any certain type (medicinal-chemistry, biochemistry, ect) or different subject be better? #science...

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:52

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Posted by Madelyn L.
VGG-Consulting (Vesselin Gueorguiev) | International Instructor/Research Scholar in Physics & Mathematics willing ... As Vernon Turner pointed out, you will need to narrow down ...

How successful are research psychologists after graduation?

Debating whether I want to major in research psychology or neurology. #graduate...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:26

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Posted by Johan D.
A. Wallace Deckel | Professor of Psychiatry Hi Johan You might to want to pursue a degree in ...

I want to do my own science, how can I make my mind towards it?

I'm interested in doing experiments. #science...

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Active Nov 26 '17 at 16:27

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Posted by D A.
Shazia Khan, PhD | Scientist / Scientific Editor Hi DA Are you currently in high school in college? You ...

Is it worth it to become a college professor?

Considering that this is a likely profession for what I am interested in, what is your experience being a professor? Has living on/near campus and teaching kids been worth it? I'm particularly interested in research. #professor...

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Active Apr 04 at 13:08

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Posted by Abby L.
Debra Dukes | Graduate Faculty - Research Hey Abbie - Being a college professor can look very different ...

Where could good biological research jobs be found?

If I wanted to do research in biology, would I have to live in a city or work at a college or what other options would I have? #biology...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:47

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Posted by Mallory S.
Jyoti Rao, MS | Career Services Specialist Education is a great industry to look at because biological research ...

Would having a psychology minor help with finding careers?

If I majored in biology, would a psychology minor look good? #biology...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:47

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Posted by Mallory S.
Keith Martin | Wireless Technology Planning Unfortunately, I think the answer is probably no. If you are ...

Does being a research university actually hurt the quality of a university?

Wouldn't this mean the professors are more focused on their research then teaching? #college...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Trey D.
David Rosenberg | Combustion Engineer It's hard to say. The lecture quality might be a little ...

I know what I want to be and everything, but I'm having doubts, what should I try?

I want to hop into the #psychology field, but it's competitive, and not a high demand job. So many people want to do it, and I have possible backups #research but I don;t know what fields to enter into if I do do...

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Active Sep 06 '17 at 07:14

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Posted by Awallei O.
Linda Ann Robinson, Ph.D. | Industrial-Organizational Psychology & HR Consulting Hi Allawei, Yes, psychology is a very competitive field for entering ...

When in my education is it best to take a gap year?

I want to serve a mission for church (I can only go once I'm 19) but I want to be able to still get a Ph.D or MD #research...

#lds

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Active Feb 21 at 11:13

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Posted by Samantha J.
Debra Dukes | Graduate Faculty - Research "Gap year" typically refers to the time between finishing high school ...

How much experience in a subject does someone need to have to get involved in research in that subject?

In college, I want to participate in computer science related research. I've looked around, and it seems like research topics vary a lot, and it all seems overwhelming and very complex. Would it be odd for me to get started in it freshman year if I already have some background in computer...

#computer-science #research

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Active Apr 15 at 17:22

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Posted by Deeptansha D.
Kamilah DeBoest | AT&T CSR - Sports Management / Kinesiology / ... You don't need to have experience in a research to get ...

Will I be able to keep busy and learn more in a field like chemical engineering?

I am worried that I will stagnate in my education and career in the future, and I cannot see myself in a position where I am not challenged. #education...

#research

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Active Oct 12 '17 at 21:43

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Posted by Maria B.
NANCY W CAMPBELL | Adjunct Faculty | Education Consultant | College and ... Hello Maria - My son was/is a chemical engineering major - ...

How do I find good research opportunities?

I know that research is extremely important for me as someone who wants to go into medical school, and I want to make sure that I have done a substantial amount of research in my summer. How do I find good opportunities and how do I know what is "good research?" #medicalschool...

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Active Apr 29 at 11:13

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Posted by Hanan M.
Herman Liu | Clinical Trial Management Associate Hi Hanan,I am assuming you are current in your undergraduate studies. ...

In which stream i should select in higher studies to become a Research Chemist?

I want to become a Research Chemist. But, I couldn't know to select my stream in higher studies. Please tell me which stream could i select? #research...

#chemist

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:35

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Posted by Krishnaraj S.
Santhosh.G Sonu | Tech Support Analyst at Dell The minimum eligibility prescribed for admission to B.Pharm. course is a ...

What is the best way to get a research opportunity as a college freshman?

I want to do research as a freshman in college with a professor, but how do I build a close enough relationship with my professor, seeing how most GED courses have 200+ students? #research...

#medicine

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Active Apr 20 at 12:33

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Posted by Arushi T.
Austin L. | PwC Experienced Associate, Advisory Arushi, I feel like I was in your exact same place ...

What is the best way to find an internship in research?

I'm interested in research. #pre-med...

#research

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Active Sep 23 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by Alvin S.
Debra Dukes | Graduate Faculty - Research As you actively search for places and internships you're interested in, ...

Should I get a PH.D, and MD, or and MD/PH.D?

I don't know yet if I want to go into practice or research so I don't know what type of degree to get. can I do research with an MD so thats safer? or do I need an MD/PH.D to do both? #degrees #research...

#neuroscience

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Active Jan 15 at 19:15

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Posted by Samantha J.

How do I find research internships in my area?

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Active Mar 07 at 23:32

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Posted by Sarah S.
Amit Kapadia | Financial Analyst Hi Sarah. There are a few places that should provide information ...

How do you start getting involved in research in college if you have never done it before?

As an aspiring physicist or astrophysicist, I know that research is a central part of the job. However, I have never been involved in research in high school and want to pursue it in college. #science #physics...

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Active Apr 03 at 19:49

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Posted by Catherine N.
Victoria German | Sr. Mgr. Ntwrk Security & HSO Member Hi Catherine, This is a great question, start by looking up ...

How do I begin my personal statements?

I am currently applying for medical school in May. I have to write a personal statement about my research experiences. What is the best way to start this? And how personal do you have to be? What are MD/PhD programs looking for in a personal statement about their research? #medicine...

#md-phd #research

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Active Feb 26 at 16:59

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Posted by Christi W.

What are the job opportunities for someone majoring in Biochemistry?

I'm interested in biochemistry but also want to make sure I'm picking a major that there will be good job opportunities available. I really don't want to be one of those college graduates who gest stuck waiting tables because they can't find a job! #research #biotechnology...

#science

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Active Oct 16 '17 at 02:35

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Posted by Hailey K.
Savita Singh | Ph.D. Candidate; experience in Molecular Biology, Cancer Biology, ... If you get an undergraduate degree with a major in Biochemistry ...

I am looking for a project idea on stem cells and how they can be made into vital organs, are there any projects I can do?

I am asking because I am doing a project for my science research class and need a start for my project. I already have my goals and just need help going on from there. #research #cell-biology...

#cells

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Posted by Samantha D.
Vanja Cvijanovic | Attended The University of Western Ontario Maybe you could provide us with the goals that you have ...

How do I become involved in research opportunities outside of the classroom?

I am undecided on what major I would want to go into so I am interested in finding out if some of these career paths are viable options for me later in life. #research #college...

#medical-practice

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Active Mar 08 at 10:18

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Posted by Haley L.

Which courses should I take in college if I want to work as a researcher after I graduate?

I want to study science in college and work as a researcher in cancer, but I do not know which courses I need to take in college to accomplish my goal. #science #research...

#cancer

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:58

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Posted by ElizabethOppNet2017 .
Jamie BP In college you should take a lot of science/math classes: biology, ...

How to join biological research?

I'm going to be a college freshman next year, and I was wondering how I could go about joining a research team- particularly in Bioinformatics, my chosen major. Do I need to take certain classes? Can I just go up to a professor doing something awesome and ask them? #college #research...

#bioinformatics

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Active Oct 10 '17 at 19:03

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Posted by Anina H.
Ursula Bartlett | Senior Administrative Specialist at Symantec I would suggest getting familiar with those in the science department ...

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