Are you intrigued by the origin of life? Do you find yourself questioning the mysteries of the living beings around us? Do you wonder what code is running in each living being that we automatically learn to crawl, walk, talk and then age gracefully? Would you want to solve the mysteries of how we can live longer, what differentiates the brain of Einstein from other human beings and how better vaccines can be developed against deadly viruses?
If your answer is yes to the questions mentioned above, you should consider developing your career in life sciences. Life sciences is a vast area mainly constituting the study of living organisms relating to their origin, evolution and biological traits.
Life sciences are streams of specialisation hence it is advisable to go for a bachelors, masters and a doctorate degree for specialisation in the field that intrigues you. There are many applied courses for a core subject, the key is to explore what interests you. Life sciences open opportunities for many research and projects prospects.
In order to have a fruitful career in Life Sciences, one needs to have certain skills such as following: