Biological science is, in the broadest terms, the study of life on earth. As such, it’s an enormously wide discipline encompassing many opportunities for research and employment in the life sciences.
As a biological scientist or biochemist, you’ll typically investigate the morphology, chemistry, and physiological characteristics of living organisms. Like most biological scientists, you’ll likely end up specialising in a specific area within the field, such as biochemistry or zoology.
Biological science roles are predominantly lab-based and involve a wide variety of equipment and testing samples. And with research advancing at breakneck speed thanks to the adoption of biotechnology, you’ll likely end up using cutting-edge technology as part of your day-to-day.
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