Careers with Degree in Marine Biology

careers in marine biology

For some people, being a Marine Biologist is being a Dolphin Trainer or some may consider it being a Sea Manager managing marine wildlife.  But it’s way more than that. During the studies, the Marine Biologists may collect sponges, looking for bioactive drugs, may be counting them, doing DNA sequencing, observing them or making theoretical models predicting their abundance once fishing is decreased.

When it comes to career options after studying Marine Biology at Bachelors or Masters level, there’s a huge new world. So to sum up marine biologists do a variety of things, but what all have in common is working with marine organisms. Read More

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