Life Science Techniques in high demand ?

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Life Science Techniques in high demand ?

Postby Niranjan » Mon Jun 08, 2009 2:41 pm

I know RNAi and mass spectroscopy are in high demand these days. Does anybody know another new technique that is bound to create waves in the next few years? Just making sure, so that I can get a post doc in an area that uses this "new" technique that is very likely to become indispensable for an industrial job 3 years from now. Any suggestions? Flow cytometry, confocal imaging, ...., ?
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