• Discuss your careers options with a panel of experts live Tuesday 28 February - post questions now• Sign up here for details of upcoming live Q&AsFor many students who opt to study biosciences, getting a degree is just the beginning of their time at university.You see, nearly a quarter of biosciences graduates take the next step and go on to further study. Some opt for doing research at PhD level, while others do courses that allow them to specialise in their chosen field, according to a recent Guardian Money piece.If you've got your sights set on going all the way, there's been some interesting developments in doctoral training recently. A £67m funding boost for PhD students has been announced by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, and 14 doctoral training partnerships for the biosciences unveiled.What could this mean for you? Well, universities and science minister David Willetts says:...
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