Biochemistry seeks to explain life in chemical terms. The basic goal of the science of biochemistry is to determine how the collections of inanimate objects that constitute living organisms interact with each other to maintain and perpetuate life.
Research: A variety of technical positions are available in academia (e.g., universities), industry (e.g., biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies), government laboratories (e.g., agricultural and food agencies and police forensic laboratories) and healthcare system (e.g., hospitals).
Teaching: Biochemists are involved in teaching at high schools, universities and technical colleges.
Communications: Some biochemists work as science writers for textbooks and prepare technical reports for industry.
Business: Biochemists play an important role in the management, sales and marketing in science-based companies, such as pharmaceutical firms.
Regulatory/Law: Many biochemists are employed by regulatory bodies such as the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, and the Food and Drug Administration, to develop government policies and patent law.
Post type:- Bachelor
Commencing:- Winter…..January 2018
Application Deadline:- Winter…..Sep 1, 2017 Spring…Feb 1, 2018 Summer….Mar 1, 2018 Fall………Apr 1, 2018
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