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korazon 07-19-2009 09:37 PM

a question: biochemistry versus molecular biology
 
I am just accepted to a bachelors programme in molecular biology and biochemistry. After the first or second semester all students will have to make a choice, to continue studying biochemistry or molecularbiology. I was wondering, what are the different career prospect for these two different directions? (and is there jobs available after a bachelor degree or is a master degree a necessity?) Where I am from, Norway, it is very strict restrictions to get into most master degree programmes. I was thinking about doing a masters in Nutrition, but here one has to have a bachelor degree in nutrition to be able to do a masters in that subject. Is it possible in any other countries to be accepted to do a masters in Nutrition when one has a bachelor in molecular biology? Is bio chemistry or molecular biology most similar to Nutrition?

Hoping for an answer :)

zerocrash1 09-24-2009 06:26 PM

Re: a question: biochemistry versus molecular biology
 
bio chem is more similar to nutrition

lala0453 11-07-2009 01:32 AM

Re: a question: biochemistry versus molecular biology
 
Excellent list! I've learned more from this forum in about 2 days than I have at any other forum community.

nanofreak 11-07-2009 10:05 AM

Re: a question: biochemistry versus molecular biology
 
Biochemistry is closer. I'm doing Biochemistry & Biotechnology.

jacob.Emily 12-12-2009 05:14 AM

Re: a question: biochemistry versus molecular biology
 
This is an extremelt short version,
In atomic spectroscopy you are generally looking at the energy levels of electrons around a single atom or sometimes small molecule such as I2 or H2 but usually its a single atom. This spectroscopy shows details such as orbital and rotation of the atom
Molecular spectroscopy can show bond lengths and bivrational modes as well as conjugation etc.



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