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  1. Hello, I'm looking for the best way to look for good master programs in Chem Eng, with a focus on Bioprocess. Could talk to some professors in current undergrad department, but I wanted to do some general research on my own and then go to my most trusted professors. I'm doing well in undergrad - finishing up Junior year now - and I can already see from job postings that an advanced degree is preferred in the types of roles I'm looking for. How can I research these programs efficiently? Thanks!
  2. Hello everyone: I am trying to decide between UCLA and UCSF for a Biochemistry PhD and I would appreciate any input. Does anyone know which place has better success for academic vs industry employment and what the reputation is at both locations? Both programs have great research, advisers, and students. Thank you everyone in advance for your input!
  3. Prospective graduate student interested in Chemical Biology - more specifically protein modification, protein probes, and protein therapeutics. But just in general, what schools have the best chemical biology programs / professors? Some schools have entire chemical biology departments but for the ones that don't it is hard to tell which schools have strong programs. There aren't really rankings for this type of thing so it's hard to get an idea of where the good programs are. Thanks!
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