How to become a biologist
What does a biologist do?
Duties and tasks
- Investigate the biochemistry, anatomy and physiology of living organisms such as humans, animals and plants and their relationship with the environment
- Examine the effects of environmental factors on plants
- Liaise with other industry professional to apply the research results and develop new products or practices
- Observe the development of micro-organisms and the effects they have on living organisms
- Plan and conduct experiments and process and analyse results and data
- Write up scientific reports and present to the scientific community at conferences or via published papers in scientific journals
- CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research
- The Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers, Australia
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