Try, Try Again

Over at Bitesize Bio, Suzanne has a post on career opportunities for scientists who just don't want to be scientists anymore. If spending the next 40 years in a lab no longer appeals, check out her descriptions of jobs where you'll still make use of that science degree without having to be at the bench. The list includes technology transfer, technical service, product marketing, and more -- but GTO is especially partial to the entry on science journalism.


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King's College London researchers examine the influence of school type and genetics on academic achievement.

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