Statement Of Biotechnology

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Biotechnology functions to living organisms or any technological application that uses biological systems. I don’t remember when I showed interest in that subject first, but I liked to read science articles and watch national geographic since I was young. It was just a simple interest and curiosity about science at first, but it developed to the aspiration of studying specific major of biotechnology when I chose IB subjects. After I had a conversation with teachers, peers, parents, and other acquaintance about science subjects and reflected my past science classes, I chose biology and chemistry in order to study biotechnology in the near future. The reason why I want to study biotechnology is that I would like to work in the laboratory and…show more content…
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