Hi everybody, this is Debdeepto. I am just about to start my B-Tech-M-Tech degree in biotechnology. And I am kinda confused about what all I need to do. How to stay ahead and what journals to follow. Hoping I could get some guidance here.
I am a general practitioner from Cameroon, holding a msc in medical biochemistry.
I would like to get training in medical biotechnology. I am wondering if I should apply for a Beng/Bsc or a Msc in biotechnology.
Thank you in advance for any opportunity and advice you might have.
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