Tag: biology

Time Management (from a Life Science Major's Perspective)

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Student, St. Bonaventure University

When you're a Life Science major, it doesn't take long to realize how complex the human body is. Time management is not that complicated, I promise. read more

Ornithology: A Field for All Interests

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Student Writer

If "bird" is your word, majoring in ornithology could be right for you. And you might be surprised by the range of careers that are available in the field! read more

Science Majors and Potential Jobs

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Short of being a stunt car driver, the most exciting real-life careers may just lie in the sciences. From studying the earth to the skies above, the sciences are all about exploration and delving into the unknown. Also of note, many of these fields are among the most stable and lucrative available. read more

Synthetic Biology Unleashes Possibilities of Printing Blood Vessels and Bones

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Data Entry Specialist, Carnegie Communications

Synthetic biology is a relatively new area of biological research, combining science and engineering, that focuses on the design and construction of new biological functions and systems not found in nature. Recently, we have seen breakthroughs in this field that will have a massive impact on health care and medicine. If you are as excited about these developments as I am, you must be wondering how you can jump into this field! read more

Cooperative Education Programs: An Inside Look

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Cooperative education programs may be the key to your college success and beyond. Here, students and faculty share some of the real-life ups and downs of co-op. read more

Increase the Value of Your Science Degree

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Scholarship Search Strategist, College Prep Ready

According to the U.S. Department of Education, the positions requiring science degrees are on the rise. You want to make sure that you can stand out above the competition. As you look forward to winter break and the holidays, spend time coming up with ideas to enhance your degree. With the increased competition, you may have to obtain more than a bachelor's degree read more