Agricultural biotechnologists study plants and animals, and commercial cultivation techniques to improve the productivity and sustainability of farms and agricultural industries, and the processes of food products manufacture. They sometimes use techniques such as genetic engineering to improve the quality and diversity of plant and animal products.
An agricultural scientist may…
Agricultural biotechnology contains many areas of specialisation including…
Agricultural biotechnologists may work in laboratories, offices, in the field or in a combination of these. Some work alone but most work as a member of a team. They may work alongside other scientists and farmers and often with other people involved in providing services to the agricultural and manufacturing industry.
To work as an agricultural biotechnologist you will usually have to complete a Degree.
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