I am considering joining the Army after college. I am majoring in zoology with a focus on cell biology (note: I have nothing to do with animals, I will be cell biologist, my school just has it's biology program divided up kinda weird so I am classified into their zoology program). What can I pick as a job if I get in (if I have some say in my job choice)? I want to see if I keep my career focused somewhere in the biological/biomedical or medical sciences.
3rd Time Asking this and I really would like to get an answer instead of some stupid political commentary that has nothing to do with the question.
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!
Ok, so i live in the UK and i'm currently in my first year of AS and it's about that time i need to start thinking about my future. First of all, i am unsure of what degree to do. Currently my ideal job would be something that would involve working with animals however i do tend to change my mind a lot. My first question is should i do i general biology degree or something more specific such as zoology?
I have done some research into working with animals but i haven't got very far. I know that these kinds of jobs don't tend to offer very high pay. So i was wondering what the best sort of career would be if i wanted to work with animals and also what sort of career working with animals would give offer a higher salary than the others. Also, what other careers would be available to me with my biology degree that could also be interesting and offer a lot of pay?
Should I do Biology or zoology?
What hands on careers are there with animals?
What careers with animals get paid a lot?
What other careers are there in biology that are interesting and have high pay?
Thank you to anyone who takes the time to help :)
I'm majoring in biological sciences and might go into biotechnology, genetics, or cell biology. However, my I'm no mathematician. I know that I'm required to take two years of calculuds at the college I'm attending, and I have no problem with that. But do chemist use a lot of math in the field, besides algebra--which I'm pretty good at?
Heres the whole question:
1.Plant cells have both a cell wall and cytoskeleton. What does the cytoskeleton in a plant cell do that the cell wall cannot?
1)It acts as a framework inside the endoplasmic reticulum and keeps it from collapsing.
2)It helps keep the organelles in place and directs their movement inside the cell as needed.
3)It holds the nucleus together and transports DNA from the nucleus to the nearby ribosomes.
4)It provides anchoring places for the cytoplasm and helps it move molecules through the cell.
2.Which of the following organelles is found in both plant and animal cells?
3.The membrane that surrounds a Golgi apparatus is very similar in structure to other membranes in the cell. How does this help the Golgi apparatus do its job?
1)Lysosomes pinched off of the Golgi apparatus are easily inserted into the nucleus.
2)Membrane from the Golgi apparatus is used to enclose ribosomes on the rough ER.
3)The cell membrane can do the work of the Golgi apparatus if it is ever damaged.
4)Vesicles formed in the endoplasmic reticulum can attach easily to the Golgi apparatus.
4.A biologist studying plant cells is comparing organelles that can only produce ATP in the presence of light to organelles that can produce ATP in the dark. These organelles, respectively, are
1)chloroplasts and mitochondria
2)stroma and chloroplasts
3)peroxisomes and mitochondria
4)stroma and peroxisomes
What is the difference between a wildlife biologist and a zoologist? Does one get paid more than the other? Also, do you have to travel away alot for long periods of time if you decide to become one? Sorry for the bundle of questions but these are just questions I really havent found a good answer for.
Biology power point..... a good site to help me with it would be appreciated too(:
I've always wondered how millions of cells come from this one zygote and come together to take the shape of a embryo. To my understanding, all of these cells are called stem cells which can basically be programed to be bone,organ tissue,ect. But how do all of these cells automatically get programed for particullar job? Also how do these cells reproduce in a way that the cells shape into full blown embryo. Please do not just say it's a miricale of life becuase I want the truth not the religious awnser. Thanks in advance
I am currently a Biology major student.
I would like to know what is the difference between a Biology major degree and a Molecular Biology degree? Which one gets you a job easier?
please help, I might end up changing my major.
I am majoring in Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology (MCDB) at UCLA but also am considering to minor in Bioinformatics. Will it be useful in the work force to get a minor in this specific field? Is it possible to skip medical school altogether with this minor if I want a job? I'm also considering a minor in Neuroscience (interested in the subject) and Public Health. Any other thoughts?
Do I need a master's/phd to become a biologist?
I am just being curious because i know that pharmacist have the highest education on drugs and they work in drug stores. The only people in the medical field who have a higher education than them are the physicians and we all know that their job ends at prescribing. So who are those actually developing these drugs before it gets into stores.
I am asking this for a friend who wants to know what kind of jobs he could get if he got a degree in biology. He doesn't have it yet or know what classes he is gonna take so if you could also mention things he should do for that job that would be great.
I am interested in getting a job in a forensics laboratory. I am currently a chemistry major, but I am thinking of switching to biology. Would it be better for me to stay in chemistry and minor in biology, or switch to bio and minor in chem? Or should I do biochemistry (this honestly does not interest me very much). If I didn't get a job in forensics, I'd want to work for the CDC, NIH, etc. and study diseases/epidemics/the environment, etc. This makes it sound like I should major in bio, but I read somewhere chemistry is the best degree for forensics. Thanks!!
I am minoring in forensics. My college does not offer it as a major, but even if it did I read it is best to major in either chem or bio so you can get a job not relating to forensics if the need be. I plan on going to grad school for forensic science.
I'm considering changing my major because though I was very good at chemistry in high school, I have done poorly in it at the college level (I took Honors Gen. chem and I am currently finishing my first semester in organic chem.) I feel like I got screwed in my major because I had a bad prof last year and this year, plus I got sick with mono and I am very behind in organic. Also, I hate math/physics and biology requires less and easier class requirements for both of those.
I'm trying to decide what I want to study when I go off to school. I was thinking about becoming a marine biologist or zoologist. I would love to work with and study animals, but as far as a "job" goes, what sorts of things do they do? I would like to know all my options.
The school that im attending only offers environmental science and biology. Which should I major?
I'm about to get out of the Military I've always wanted to pursue a career in biologY but I have a family to support. Will I be able to find decent paying jobs in this field? Preferably the field research type?
I am looking forward for something on genetics at university. For what I understand about it, is that it is the strictly-related study of genes in the body....however, I also learnt about another type of study called Molecular Biology. I`m told it is basically the same as GE, but is concerned with all the types of the Body Cells.
I`m still not too sure about the differences, but it would really help if you could clarify the differences for me. And I also want to know salary-wise, which is the most well-paid job and what it takes to be a good candidate for a Genetic Engineering post.
Also, I have another question in my mind and that is; Do I really need Mathematics as part of my A levels, or can I do without it just by doing IT instead??? I already do have good grades in Maths for GCSE.
P.S:- I`m looking for a detailed and relevant answer
What are the job opportunities and earning potential? Is the money spent to go to college, such as for a masters or phD, worth it? Is it difficult to find a job that can pay back those expenses?
If anyone is a molecular biologist, I would appreciate any information you could share, it doesn't have to be related to the questions above either.
So I am a Senior in High School and I am graduating within months, and I'm worried because I have no clue how to where start to become a marine biologist.
I Know i should go to college but i don't know what course i should take to prepare me to become a marine biologist.
Should I Take Zoology, Oceanography, and Biology/
Please help me out!! I'm clueless!!!