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Microbiologist jobs study microbes, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, algae and protozoa. They focus on their ecology, their survival strategies, how they affect us and how we can exploit them.
Microbiologists work in a wide variety of settings, although the majority of work is laboratory-based. Projects would include observing, identifying and monitoring microbes, developing new techniques, products and processes.
Microbiologists have a responsibility for data handling/analysis procedures and quality control is an important aspect of the job.
Microbiologist jobs are employed in academic research; healthcare and industry, including pharmaceuticals, food, biotechnology and agriculture.
What do you need to be a Microbiologist?
To be a Microbiologists, you should have Generally a degree in Microbiology/Biology or Biochemistry is preferred and laboratory experience may be required.
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