What are the careers in bio?

A career in biology may fetch you the following career options:

  • Lecturer or Professor.
  • Food Researcher Scientist.
  • Consultants.
  • Epidemiologist.
  • Educator in a Museum.
  • Biotech Engineer.
  • Pharmaceutical Engineer.
  • Food Processing.

What kind of degree is biology?

A bachelor of science (BS) degree in biology can help prepare you for a future that includes research, lab work, and graduate or medical school, among many other career options.

What can I do after 12th with biology?

What can I do after 12th science with biology?

  • MBBS.
  • B.Pharmacy.
  • BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
  • B.Sc. Nursing.
  • B.Sc. Courses (specialization of own choice)
  • B.A.M.S. (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery)
  • PHARM D.

Why work at Bio?

BIO is also committed to the growth of its employees by providing onsite seminars on professional development, industry related matters, and financial well-being. BIO is currently recruiting for the following positions. Please use the Job Application Form to be considered for any open positions.

Does Bio-Rad use recruiters to recruit?

Bio-Rad has received reports of individuals posing as Bio-Rad recruiters to obtain information from applicants. Be aware that Bio-Rad strictly adheres to these hiring practices. At Bio-Rad, we believe in heroes.

What’s new at Bio?

Opportunities for women, Black and other minority populations in the growing Bio-economy. BIO now offers on-demand online classes that can be taken anywhere, anytime and at your own pace. BIO Member and group discounts available!

What is a director of Science and Regulatory Affairs at Bio?

Primary Purpose of the Position: The primary purpose of this position is to work with BIO’s Science and Regulatory Affairs team to lead, manage and advocate for regulatory policies of importance to the biotechnology industry. These issues…