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Study Job Futures in Bioinformatics?

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Default Study Job Futures in Bioinformatics?



Hello everyone.........
I have completed M.Sc bioinformatics wid 70%. I want to be perfect in this field in futrue ...now am in india nd after 2 years i ll migrate to canada....plz suggest me....wht is gud for me for my next study........
Thkiou all.......
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