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Careers in space sciences

Postby C.V. » Mon Oct 15, 2007 3:50 am

Hello!, I\'m a M.Sc. student, about to finish my degree in Japan. My major is Bio-systems sustainability, with specialization in Bioorganic Chemistry. I want to do a Ph.D. in space biology, but I\'m in a dilemma of what sub-specialty is better for me. I\'m interested in astrobiology, and I think I have skills to do research on that (I could study biomarkers, analysis done by GC-MS), but I also like the area of microgravity research. How can I know what\'s better for me?
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