In your role as a microbiologist, you’ll study microscopic organisms and processes to ensure our food is safe, treat and prevent disease, develop new technologies and chemical products, and generally improve our day-to-day lives.
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Increasingly, you’ll also get to utilise the latest biotechnology and help advance our understanding of cell reproduction and human disease.
Most microbiologists specialise in fields such as food, environment, agriculture, or industrial microbiology. However, it’s also possible to specialise in immunology, virology, or bioinformatics (the science of analysing biological data). Microbiology is closely related to biomedical science, with a lot of overlap between the two fields.
For more on this multifaceted discipline, read SRG’s guide to microbiology careers >
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