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 Careers in Biotechnology

The biotechnology industry uses organisms, cells, or molecules isolated from cells to make products or solve problems.

To prepare for a career in biotechnology, a person should learn as much as possible about biology, chemistry, and other life sciences. A high school guidance or career counselor, the admissions office of a college or university, the personnel office of a biotechnology industry, and career handbooks found in the reference section of the local library can be used to determine the specific educational requirements for a chosen career


Selected Sites:

Access Excellence Career Center

Careers in Biotechnology -- Biotechnology Institute

Careers in Biotechnology -- Biotechnology Information Series

Biotech100 -- Listing of small sized Biotech companies



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