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Friday, 24 November 2017
Where will I work after completing my studies in genomic engineering? PDF Print

Jobs are of particular concern to those who follow a new carrier. The job market, on the other hand, is full of surprises (good and bad). For those who take genomic engineering seriously, i.e., will keep studying hard for the rest of their lives, it is probably good to know that there should be a lack of professionals in those areas where GE expertise is needed. Tissue engineering has been regarded as a promising future carrier; metabolic engineering, though, is even more ubiquitous since it can successfully and more easily applied to a variety of organisms, including plants, bacteria and fungi. The medical and the food industries are among those who will greatly benefit from advances in genomic engineering. On the other hand, the process industry and the energy sector should experience dramatic changes when metabolic engineering is used to design and improve petrochemical-like products and processes.

 
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