Find a 2015 biology Internship in New York, NY. You just crammed for your last biology final and now you have to apply for a biology internship-that’s not fair!?!? While few students work harder than biology students, there is such a huge range of biology internships available that finding your next biology internship may be more fun than you think.
First you need to determine what type of biology you are interested in? Don’t just look at positions in the field you think you are interested in because one of the most sensible reasons to do an internship is to explore parts of your field of study that you are interested in. Regardless step one is to start narrowing things down, whether that is marine biology, bio-engineering, or pre-med type work.
The next big question is whether you are interested in doing a private sector or research internship. Many biology internships tend to be in labs, either at your school, a big firm like NIH or smaller research facility. These internships tend to be very hands on and benefit from being surrounded by other scientists who are all also pursuing interesting research.
On the other hand private sector biology research leads to some of the most ground-breaking medical and environmental innovations. Private firms tend to pay more, and require more networking and team skills than an average research biology internship.
Both types of positions are great for pre-med students looking to gain a depth of perspective in the field through a unique biology internship experience.
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The PVSC Microbiology Lab is certified in three parameters with the New Jersey Department of Environment Protection (NJDEP); Fecal coliform, Enterococcus Faecalis, and E. coli. The PVSC plant chlorinated effluent sample is analyzed daily, a...
The PVSC Analytical Lab is certified in many parameters with the New Jersey Department of Environment Protection (NJDEP); BOD, CBOD, COD, TSS, Ammonia, Cyanide, all metals and many others. Samples are analyzed daily from the PVSC plant proc...
Date: Apr 16, 2015
Location: Warren, New Jersey, United States
Relocation and/or temporary housing assistance is not available for summer internships.
This is a non-lab scientific role in the drug substance process development team.
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following:
1. Assist in mapping the late stage processes for process robustness evaluation and characterization studies using SIMCO, SUPERPRO and other software packages.
Responsible for assisting with daily work in a biology lab, including: assisting scientists with preparing reagents and conducting experiments.
As an employee of Boehringer Ingelheim, you will actively contribute to the disco...