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Whether or not you become a scientist, the basic understanding of scientific reasoning, methodology and principles that you obtain from your first degree in science will be of inestimable value to you"

Graduates from the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry have the opportunity to further their research through postgraduate study, but many take on careers in both the public and private sphere. An increasing interest in the relatively new field of biotechnology, for example, has led to far more money being invested in biotech and related medical companies, thus increasing the range of work available for graduates.

A general science degree (or a degree in any scientific discipline) will equip you with a range of practical skills that are highly portable. This means that they can be transferred across many different areas of employment and are welcomed by many different types of employers. But what sorts of careers are open to science graduates, apart from working in laboratories? Read our profiles and find out.