When the Bench Gets Boring, You Can Always Go Back to Law School | GenomeWeb

At In the Pipeline, Derek Lowe offers some nice advice on what to do if you’re a chemist who’s been laid off — or simply looking for a career change. Clinical development, patent law, or science writing are just a few areas where chemists can apply their skills without actually having to be at the bench, he writes.

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