What's the differences between those degrees? do they all lead to the same careers/jobs?
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- Thread Starter
- 16-07-2017 17:53
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- 16-07-2017 21:03
- 16-07-2017 22:18
There is quite a bit of overlap between all three fields.
Biomedical science is focused on the workings of the human body and human diseases,so topics like ecology which you would do in biological sciences you would not do in Biomedical sciences.
Biochemistry is the study of the chemical processes within living systems ,so this would cover a wide area including the study of biological macromolecules and cell biology.
You would certainly study a bit of biochemistry in both Biological sciences and Biomedical science.
Look at the structure of these courses at Imperial(for an example)to get an idea