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Biomolecular Sciences

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Biomolecular scientists, graduates of the Master's degree programme in Biomolecular Sciences, can pursue:

  • A PhD in the areas of Biomolecular Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Life Sciences, Biochemistry and Bio(nano-)technology
  • An R&D position in Life Sciences-, Medical-, Pharmaceutical- and Food Industry
  • A position as a Scientific Advisor in a company

Biomolecular scientists, graduates of the Master's degree programme in Biomolecular Sciences, can pursue:

  • A PhD in the areas of Biomolecular Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Life Sciences, Biochemistry and Bio(nano-)technology
  • An R&D position in Life Sciences-, Medical-, Pharmaceutical- and Food Industry
  • A position as a Scientific Advisor in a company
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    Studying and research as a Master's student/iGem

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    Discovering new drugs

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    Improving enzymes to make them suitable for use in industry (research example)

    The group of our Prof. Dr. Marco Fraaije at the University of Groningen is involved in a project called ROBOX co-funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Programme for Research and Innovation. The ROBOX project brings together leading experts from Europe's top universities together with the biotechnology industry. Cutting edge biotechnology is brought to the next level to eventually replace classical chemical processes with biotechnology using enzymes - nature's most sophisticated machines.

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