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Science, according to the Science Council “is the pursuit and application of knowledge and understanding of the natural and social world following a systematic methodology based on evidence.”

Many graduates will seek a role in Research & Development (R&D) which focuses on coming up with solutions. R&D scientists work in specific applied areas — this could be anything from developing new medicinal drugs, to improving the alcohol production process in a brewery.

There are many areas which scientists can go into, but we look at three of the most talked about: chemicals & pharmaceuticals; biomedical; and oil & energy.


− RELEVANT KNOWLEDGE: Whatever field you’re interested in, you will need to back up that interest with concrete understanding.

− ANALYTICAL APPROACH: Scientists identify problems or inefficiencies. They then need to resolve the issues with resourceful solutions.

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The Graduate Guide 2017 has everything you will need for life after university. It covers 50+ career industries and looks at some top destinations overseas. Or if postgraduate study beckons, you’ll find loads of information to help you decide which route to take — in the UK or abroad. Whatever the next step is for you, The Graduate Guide is packed full of information and advice to help you on your way.

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