Jobs involve conducting experiments, formulating theories, observing the natural order and running tests.
As a biological scientist or biochemist, you'll carry out scientific tests and investigations on living things like bacteria and people, often focusing on disease treatment and prevention. Learn more about a career in these fields, including what to study and do to get a role.
A chemical scientist, sometimes called a chemist, studies substances and how they behave under certain conditions to drive improved scientific understanding and applications. Read on to learn more about how to build a career in chemical science, what your job might involve, and what to study or do.
As a conservation professional you'll use your research, communication or management skills to drive the protection of important environmental sites. Learn more about what working in this field is like, the qualifications you'll need, and how to develop your career.
As a conservation and environmental associate professional you'll work to protect different environments through practical management, education and outreach. Here you can find out more about what you'll need to do to work in this field, the qualifications you'll need and what the work would be like.
As an environment professional, you'll use your analytical, management and influencing skills to oversee corporate or institutional activity, driving environmental and sustainability improvements. Here you can find out how to start a career in this sector and what your day-to-day job could involve.
As a laboratory technician, you'll be working in a lab helping scientists do experiments, research and analysis. Learn more about what this job involves, the different places you could work at and what you'll need to study.
As a pharmaceutical technician, you'll be a key part of the pharmacy team, helping patients get the most from their medicines. Find out where you could be working in this role and what tasks you might be doing day to day.
Working as a physical scientist, sometimes called a geoscientist, involves the study of non-living natural systems like the climate, materials, or physics. We can help you find out more about working in physical sciences, how to get a job in the field, and where your career could take you.
As a research and development manager, you could be using scientific research and innovation to create and improve products. Read our career guide to see what the job involves and how to get into the profession.
Work as a veterinarian and you'll be responsible for the health and wellbeing of animals. You could be diagnosing and treating ill and injured animals in environments from pet hospitals to zoos. Learn more about a career in veterinary medicine, find out what it involves and what you'll need to study and do to get a role as a vet.
As a veterinary nurse you'll use your passion for care and specialist training to work closely with veterinary surgeons, supporting the health and wellbeing of a variety of animals. Learn more about working as a veterinary nurse, find out what's involved and what you'll need to study and do to get into the field.