Academia to Industry, One Step at a Time | GenomeWeb

Over at the Science Careers forum, MJ — who identifies as a final-year PhD student in molecular biology — solicits advice on how best to break into the biomanufacturing, bioprocessing, and quality assurance fields within industry. "In my PhD program I have been exposed almost exclusively to the academia/research career path," MJ says.

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