I love Science, it is just so fascinating, and I wish to be a Biological Scientist wen I grow up. I wish to help find cures for Cancers, Alzheimer, AIDS, HIV, and organ problems. How do I become one though? What do I have to do? Where do I have to go? Also, if I become a Biological Scientist can I also be an Astronomer, Biological Engineer and Spaceship Engineer? Or do I have to be tied down to Biological studies, and nothing else? I have a 4.0 in my school, I know Algebra 1, 2, and 3, I know Geometry, Trigonometry, and I am learning Calculus in the 8th grade, do I need anything else? What are all the requirements to have these jobs?
I've made up my mind im going to be a biological scientist, but i dont know which course will be a better job, I've narrowed it down to immunology and genetics, i enjoy both equally and find both interesting but i want to know which pays better, help me out?
I have always been interested in environmental issues in our world today. But I'm not really sure if an environmental scientist is what I'm looking for. I would really like to focus on Global Warming. I like speaking and fighting for what I believe in. I just don't think an environmental scientist really gets to do much of that. Any suggestions?
I understand that Global warming is not just because of humans. Okay? Okay.
What are the differences between a major in
molecular biology: genetics
also, wat the difference, and similarities (waht does each one do) between a career in:
1.Biomedical Laboratory Researchers
2. Biological Scientists
3. Biomedical Engineers
and which one deals with genetics and mapping the genome? and whic deals figuring out wat sequnce in the gene does wat?
Im going into high school but i want an early start on getting some of the subjects i might need. Im really interested in becoming a forensic scientist, math/science teacher, or engineering scientist. Anyone have a job in those and give me your responses on how you like it.
I really like science.
I am very interested on psychedelic drugs such as lsd, pilocybin, ect and how it effects the brain and perception. I know back in the 60s scientists studied lsd. What job would i go into if i want to pursue a career in studying paychedelics?
So im intersted in becoming a forensic scientists (biological), but I'm not sure what path i should take. Should I major in Biology and get a BS first? If I do major in Bio first, should I minor in Law and Justice? I've done my research, i just NEED someone elses opinion.
I don't think one has anything to do with the other.
Just because one has a job does not mean one can't do stupid things in their off-time.
Sort of like a marriage counselor who goes home at night and beats his wife.
Obviously most serious research jobs are out without more education, but I'd like more options. Teaching (elementary or high school) is the only one I could think of. Thanks.
I'm interested in being a forensic scientist, but there are only about 5 schools in Georgia that offer it as a major. I read that I could major in biology or criminal justice and become a forensic scientist as well, is that the case? The schools that offer actual forensic science as a major are two year technical schools, but I was under the impression you had to complete a four year program in order to become one? Someone please help
Im completely in love with the idea of becoming a Forensic Scientist and I wouldn't mind cutting up dead bodies or, seeing them for that matter. Im wondering what does it have to take and also what majors should you take in college? How many years does it normally take? & finally what is a Forensic Scientist Average Salary?
I'm thinking of either that or environmental studies. Environmental studies interests me more, but I don't think I could get a job with it.
This is going to sound corny, but I like the research people do on say, the animal planet or national geographic. I've mainly been fascinated with the ocean and the diversity of life in the deep blue. I also realize that these jobs are rare (or so I think), and that, usually, one needs to have a side job or main job. Can anybody clarify this?
I am trying to find out a career that I would be interested in and I am really good at math and science. I really like the environment so I was wondering what careers would link them all together. Also I would like to know what that career is, what they do, and what some of those jobs would be. Thanks. :)
How is algebra used in biological science?
What's the difference Between the three above what jobs can you get also with each.
I'm 15 and doing GCSE's in the UK but i really want to decide know before its too late.
I was going for medicine but it doesn't look like I'll be getting enough points so am looking into medical lad scientist but not sure how you'd get into this career?? What college course?? Would I b able to go straight into a job after a course in biological science or something like that?
I have to start organising my work experience for school. I'm only in year 10, and when I'm older I want to work on dead people (suggest jobs to do with that by the way? What subjects would you have to be good at) and I have NO idea what to do for work experience, because I'm sure as hell they wouldn't let you work with dead people. Especially for a person in grade 10.
What should I do for it?
I'm going into grade 9 soon, and i really want to know what i should take. I have always wanted to work with animals or be a dolphin trainer or something and i want to know which classes to take and what i should do after high school and what kind of jobs i should do while i'm in high school. Thanks!
What should I major in to be able to get this job? What's a good college to go to to get this major? Does this type of researcher/scientist have to do any type of surgeries? How much do they make each year? Thanks!