I've heard that principal research scientists have one of the highest salaries in the UK but im wondering what their job actually is, and what they research about.
I am studying my Masters degree in Chemistry from October and want to emigrate to America after graduation.
Are research scientist jobs classed in the H1B visa category? I'd like a green card so i have the choice to move back and forth without problems from Immigration.
Oh, i don't get my masters degree till 2014. It's in progress =)
I know she is a research scientist but what is her exact job.
Be really specific. (theoretical physicist, theoretical chemist, etc)
Or does she just research every and anything.
Please be nice. Thank you.
Currently I am in first yearof my bacelors course in BSC Physics.I proposed to choose astronomy at masters level.
Is it necessary to do PHD in astronomy to get a job as research scientist?How much is the usual duration to complete a PHD in astronomy?
If you want to be a research scientist can't you just get a Ph.D without the MD and be qualified enough? What exactly is the advantage of the MD/Ph.D? How exactly do you become qualified to be a research scientist at a top institution? Say if I wanted to go into genetic engineering in the future and be at a top institution what type of route should I take?
I'm just wondering what kind of job I get with a neuroscience degree.
What I mean is that when I graduate i don't want to go into research and work in labs. It doesn't appeal to me because the pay in the UK for research scientists is rubbish, the working hours are quite long and the work is tedious.
My question is what kind of job can i get that is related to my degree but doesn't involve lab based work or research.
Also i I don't want to go into teaching.
I am now doing my M.Sc in Biotechnology.I plan to do Ph.D and then followed by a post doctorate in the plant biotechnology.I wanted to know the minimum pay per annum if I applied for the post of Research Scientist or any other similar post in any biotech company in India.I live in Kolkata.Are such jobs available in Kolkata?
Please give suggestions as how to improve my pay package with additional degree if possible
My Hubby is a research scientist and has finished his Phd in Nano Magnetics. He has been offered a job in Non Linear Physics Laboratory,Department Of Physics, Universidad de Santiago de Chile.
Can anyone please help. I want to know how is the Place, how is the university and is it having good prospects.
I'm looking for the job posting/description for a job that was advertised online in November 2012, but it has now expired. When I search for it online, it shows up in the search results, but when I click on the link, it sends me to a page that says the posting expired, or opens up a new search that doesn't include the job.
The specific one I'm looking for is Research Scientist (Dermatology and Neuroscience) position at Signum Dermalogix.
A career where physics would be involved and research of making engines better and more efficient. More of a scientist job than a mechanics job, if you get what I'm saying? You would still be able to work on engines and possibly develop future engine designs, while still doing a scientist job of observing and questioning things.
Also there would be a lot of use with CAD and 3D drawing programs.
I've already looked at being an industrial designer, but I don't have the creativity needed to successfully pursue that career. I'm more into the understanding of math and physics and making sure everything is accurate.
Also anything involving the aerospace field would work also.
Hi as we all know New York city is mainly for singers and LA for actors but what place is for research scientists???
It will great to know so that i can search for a research job in genetic in that area.
I intend on becoming a research scientist, and I may like to do this in the USA. What are the requirements? Surely the fact that I speak fluent English gives me a better chance than someone from most other countries?
How many hours an astronomy research scientist put while on job?I heared that most scientists are very passion?
ate about there chosen field & they are willing to put in 15 hours on regular basis.
Just what are the common working hours at most of the prestigious astronomy research laboratories?
One day in the life of a research scientist/engineer in electrical engineering. Pros, cons, lifestyle, salary.
For the past 5 years I have not done much to to look for or obtain a more suitable career/job. I got stuck working as a bench research scientist just after graduating in 2000, I ended up not doing the best job due to depression, but nonetheless I have some supportive references and marketable skills out of it all. Since 2003, I've been a serial "temp" worker at local universities doing admin jobs of various sorts. I feel stuck. I don't quite know how to get moving again, especially in terms of marketing myself to new employers given my great no. of temp jobs, my lackluster performance in research, and given the fact that over the past 12 years I have had to recover from cancer, divorce, death of a sister, depression, and secondary illnesses from the cancer. Obviously, I don't want to share this in the work place, yet the implications are still very real....though I have recovered a great deal, I am still working towards being fully functional in my life. Please advise...Thanks!
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 am planning on doing a course that allows me to become researcher who find effective treatments for people who have illness that have no cure or a effective treatment. Can anybody recommend any type of course or job role.
Can someone help me research a scientist who contributed to the plate tectonics theory or is involved in volcanoes. I also need help writing a story about them on the day they announced their discovery or on their job.
I'm curious I might want to be one of those im guessing medical research scientists? Anyone else know what there actually called?
$5000 per annum in educational assistance is offered at select biotech and pharma companies for further education in a field related to your position within the company. My question is whether a pharma-focused MBA would be considered relevant to a scientific research position. As I have a PhD with experience, there would be a limited management component to my job. I am a research scientist, but am very interested in transitioning from a scientist role to one in project management or business development at the same company. Obviously, I do not yet have a job in the pharma industry (work at gov. research lab).... so I can not ask my HR department. Many thanks for your input.