What are the jobs?
Biologists learn how living things work, how they interact with one another, and how they evolve. Pursuing a career in biology can prepare you for a career in the science and health sectors.
They may study the evolution, natural history, and conservation of plants and animals;
investigate the interactions of living organisms with light, the environment, or each other;
or have careers in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, or medical research.
Their work increases our understanding about the natural world in which we live and helps us address issues of personal wellbeing and worldwide concern,
such as environmental degradation, threats to human health, and maintaining viable and abundant food supplies.
Careers in Biological Sciences
Jobs directly related to your Biological Sciences include:
- Biomedical scientist
- Forensic scientist
- Healthcare scientist, clinical biochemistry
- Healthcare scientist, haematology
- Medical Research scientist
- Biomedical Engineer
- Carbon Trader
- Oceanography, Marine Science and Marine Biology
What do biologists do?
Research: Research biologists study the natural world, using the latest scientific tools and techniques in both natural environment and the laboratory settings,
to understand how living systems work.
Health Care: Health care Biologists may develop public health campaigns to defeat illnesses and viruses while others work to prevent them from spreading.
Environmental management and conservation: Biologists in management and conservation careers are interested in solving environmental problems and the conservation.