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Biotechnology Research Assistants

Work Environment

Most research assistants work indoors in clean, climate-controlled, pleasant facilities. Many spend most of their time at the business that employs them, checking facts over the phone, finding data on the Internet or in computer databases, searching the company’s records, writing up reports, or conducting laboratory research. Others spend a great deal of time in science and medical libraries, government offices, and archives. In short, research assistants go wherever they can to obtain the information requested.

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