Take on an independent research project in the field of agricultural biotechnology under the guidance of a researcher.
You'll design, implement and present your project, with emphasis on defining the research issue, establishing methodology, undertaking appropriate collection and analysis of data, and drawing defensible conclusions.
Specialising in agricultural biotechnology can open up a vast array of career opportunities within:
agriculture and food manufacturing (plant breeding, engineering, cropping and horticulture)
animal health industries (vaccine development)
genetic improvement and breeding (plant and livestock)
government bodies, including those associated with quarantine and agriculture
primary industries or government departments
agricultural advisory boards.
Alternatively, further your research ambitions and make significant contributions to knowledge by continuing into a higher degree by research program.
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