Changing internship question

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    Hello everyone,*

    I just wanted to ask a question about changing from one internship to another. Basically, I applied to do this internship in a lab during the Summer of 2017 (this was back in May), and was accepted. The university lab in question studies membrane biophysics. I have found another university lab though, that studies developmental biology, and they would be happy to have me as well. I find developmental biology a lot more interesting than membranes and bioenergetics, but I don't know whether or not I should change. What would you guys suggest?*

    Thanks! *

    Well done for bagging two internships It's fine to prefer one over the other but make sure that you let them know asap and nicely. Research is a small world and you never know when you may bump into people again.
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