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Applied biology involves the growing of organisms to obtain new substances, many of which are useful as food, fuel and medicines.
Applied chemistry involves using chemical substances and reactions to solve practical problems.
After an initial foundation year, students specialise in either applied biology or applied chemistry. There is an emphasis on practical skills, with the course being equally divided between lab work and lectures.
Careers or Further Progression...
Employment as assistant in research and development and/or work at management/supervisory level in such areas as the chemical and medical devices sector, pharmaceutical cosmetics, food and agrochemicals and in contract testing, companies involved with food and drink, dyestuffs, technicians for lab and process work.
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