angel

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#22 Aug 23, 2007
i will attend to college on autum 2008 and interested in genetics engineering
can you tell me which college or university should i start my career
rohit gc

Kathmandu, Nepal

#23 Aug 26, 2007
cfvdc wrote:
UR ALL STUPID
why so i am from nepal.but i have keen desire of reaing genetic engineering in germany
rohit gc

Kathmandu, Nepal

#24 Aug 26, 2007
respected heads
i want to be genetic engineer but i m from nepal so i don't have proper information on this field. Similarly in nepal here is notany colleges for this subject so I request u to inform me on this topic.
your sincerely
rohit G.C.
maddyrax_gc@yahoo.com
sagar sapkota

Kathmandu, Nepal

#25 Sep 14, 2007
I am a Nepalese student and completed my intermediate level in Science with major Biology. I want to study BSc. in Genetic engineering and it's not available in Nepal. So, I want to study this subject abroad. I want to know about the university, scholarships and model question for entrance. Please kindly provide me with the informations.
sagar sapkota

Kathmandu, Nepal

#26 Sep 14, 2007
I am a Nepalese student and completed my intermediate level in Science with major Biology. I want to study BSc. in Genetic engineering and it's not available in Nepal. So, I want to study this subject abroad. I want to know about the university, scholarships and model question for entrance. Please kindly provide me with the informations.
your sincerely
sagar sapkota
(logic_sagar@yahoo.com)
osman

Sudan

#27 Dec 31, 2007
is it avaialble to study genetic engineering at the undergraduate level and if yes where about in whihc country can i do this,
yousra

Sudan

#28 Dec 31, 2007
what is the difference between genetic engineering and molecular biology
anil shrestha

Central District, Hong Kong

#29 Jan 11, 2008
i have easily passed my +2 and i am looking for studying the genetic engineering. i think the most advantages of studyng this subect is that we can cure the genetic disease.
prada

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#30 Mar 1, 2008
hi,im given a task to write about genatic engineering so its all in how we think....
genatic engineering brings lots of benefits...
it produces better and healthier crops....
moreover,animals are resistant to diseases...
as for human beings,treats degenerative diseases.
The fantastic part is can grow transplant organs in the laboratory so we don"t need donars
rohit

Kathmandu, Nepal

#31 Mar 17, 2008
hi my all german frens i am reading alevel in nepal n i wana do genetic engineering in germany so plz suggest me universuty in germany to further my study
Ledio

Fier, Albania

#32 Apr 10, 2008
I'm from Albania, I'm only 14 years old, I've won lots of balcanic and european competitions ! I want to study for genetic engeneering but I don't know any university abroad ... If someone knows any, please tell me about it by sending an e-mail on l_e_dio@yahoo.com
Please
the future

Berlin, NH

#33 Apr 15, 2008
Genetic engineering will change the world more then you know....
booby joe the

Edmonton, Canada

#34 May 7, 2008
i rock
Saroz

Pacific, MO

#35 Jun 7, 2008
Hi everybody, this is Saroz from Pokhara a small city of underdeveloped country Nepal. Currently I am studying in grade twelve with major biology. I have developed a strong desire to study genetic engineering but it is not possible in Nepal. I want to know about carer options after studying it. Moreover i want ti know where it is best to study it. HELP ME PLEASE.
Da king

Adelaide, Australia

#37 Jun 24, 2008
SAY WHAAAAAAAAAA
Jordan

Halifax, Canada

#38 Nov 16, 2008
I think you shouldnt make clones with genetic engineering but instead use it to clone new organs or even body parts; it could give you a new heart or kidney. There's also the possibility of better tasting food or even food that grows easier or in different terrain than usual. Genetic engineering could be a good thing!
Sagar

Kirksville, MO

#39 Jan 28, 2009
every subject do have good and bad aspect.it doesn't mean to be away from that subject. so, i strongly recommend that GENETIC ENGINEERING is a great subject to study in. the one who does so should not only create new invention for this living earth but also aware people about the possible danger and work in group to get rid of the same.
Roxanne

Kuala Belait, Brunei Darussalam

#40 Mar 4, 2009
Hey there . I'm from Brunei and currently in my A Levels. I want to be in genetics engineering in the future the problem is what are the subjects to take to be in this stream ? I'm currently taking Biology Chemistry Mathematics ( and general paper a compulsory in my school )
angel

Tunisia

#41 Mar 6, 2009
i honestly believe that genetic engeneering is a curs and a bless in the same time...and u know whay...first of all
sam

Central District, Hong Kong

#42 May 24, 2009
hi every body...
i c this conversation abt g.e. has been in d air 4 a quite long time ..i just wanna say..
i'm 12 and just doing some research 4 my future...
i'm planning 2 become a scientist but which type....i'm not quite sure...
but whatever i become i wanna help animals or help in decreasing global warming...so if u guys can help me a bit 4 tht...
it'll b gr8...
afterall we all share d same planet......
so plz help me to find a gud place 4 tht as well as which type should i prefer...
thnx

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