Careers and companies associated with biotechnology have grown significantly in number over that last two decades. In addition to a degree in life science, jobs require education and experience with mathematics, computers and software, as well as lab-related technologies. Many workers will require additional training. A biomedical engineer might work to calibrate and maintain equipment in a hospital or a biotechnology company or may be involved in the research and development of pharmaceuticals, diagnostic equipment, or other medical devices.
Posted on May 21, 2012 Leave a Comment