Thursday, May 17, 2018

Blog article

Blog articles:

  1. What are Cryogels?
  2. Biotech Internships in USA
  3. Biotech Internships in India
  4. Top 10 Best Selling Biotherapeutics 2017
  5. Best Master Degree Programs in Life Sciences in Europe
  6. List of top 25 biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies
  7. Biotech Companies Database
  8. Biotech Companies in Canada
  9. Biotech Companies in Switzerland
  10. Biotech Companies in the UK
  11. Biotech Companies in India
  12. Biotech Companies in the USA
  13. Biotech Companies in Germany
  14. Biotech Companies in Norway
  15. Biotech Companies in Austria
  16. Biotech Companies in France
  17. List of Top 10 Biotechnology Companies in India
  18. Biotech Companies in Finland
  19. Biotech Companies in Denmark
  20. Biotech Companies in Belgium
  21. Top Biological Sciences Universities / Institutions in the World
  22. Top Biological Sciences Research Institutions in Switzerland
  23. Top Biological Sciences Research Institutions in France
  24. Top Biological Sciences Research Institutions in Netherlands
  25. Top 30+ Biological Sciences Research Institutions in the UK
  26. Top Biological Sciences Research Institutions in the Belgium
  27. Top Biological Sciences Research Institutions in Canada
  28. Top Biological Sciences Research Institutions in Denmark
  29. Top Biological Sciences Research Institutions in Germany
  30. Top Biological Sciences Research Institutions in Finland
  31. Top 100+ Biological Sciences Research Institutions in the USA
  32. List of Top Premier Biosciences Research Institutes in India
  33. Top biotechnology colleges in india
  34. PhD life science entrance test
  35. Biotech Industrial Training Programme 2018 @ DBT-BCIL India | BCIL 2017BCIL 2018
  36. Books of biotechnology
  37. Biotech Jobs | Biotechnology Jobs
  38. Biology Jobs
  39. Postdoc Position
  40. Biochemistry Jobs
  41. PhD Position
  43. DBT JRFBET 2018Biotechnology Eligibility Test
  44. BioInformatics National CertificationBINC Examination 2018

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Job opportunities for biotechnology graduates

Biotechnology is a discipline that utilises living organisms to produce therapeutic drugs, diagnostics products and many other additional products that significantly benefit our society.
  • Healthcare jobsBiotechnology has led to the development of many antibiotics for the treatment of different infections and also to the development of several therapeutic vaccines for the prevention of many diseases. Therapeutics biomolecules are too complicated to chemically synthesise, as a result, are required to be mass-produced in living cells such as bacteria, yeast or mammalian cells. These cells are often genetically manipulated to produce useful medicines. An individual's DNA can also be screened to determine the existence of any altered sequences that could indicate a risk of certain cancers or the onset of certain adult diseases. Genetic testing has also been used in pre-natal screening.
  • Forensic science jobsDNA analysis is widely used in the forensic science sector for solving various criminal cases.
  • Agricultural biotechnology jobsBiotechnology is widely applied in agriculture to improve crop yield and to make plants more robust to environmental stress making them resistant to insects that damage and lower crop yield. Crops are engineered to make them naturally resistant to environmental pests which in turn benefits the environment with the use of fewer pesticides and herbicides. Biotechnology can also improve the nutritional value of food and improve its appearance and taste.
  • Environmental science jobBiotechnologists use microorganisms in the treatment of sewage wastes and are also widely using them in cleaning the polluted environments such as oil spillages in the sea. The microbes metabolise various contaminants into harmless byproducts.
  • Biotech manufacturing jobsBiotechnology has been used for the production of biodegradable plastics, biofuels, high fructose corn syrup,  alcohol, the sweetening agent for soft drinks, production of chemical utilising agricultural waste, and much more.
The biotech sector provides a great variety of career opportunities to qualified scientists. Most graduates enter the industry after completing a relevant degree in life sciences. Here is an article which could help you to explore biotech careers or look for what kind of jobs with a biotechnology degree you could get. If you are interested in gaining on hands on experience of various biotechnology techniques, then these two articles will come in handy for finding biotech internships in India and biotechnology internships in USA.

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