Skip to 0 minutes and 5 secondsKEVIN GLASGOW: Well, it seems we've reached the end of our journey of discovery. I hope you had fun and learned a lot about life sciences. I know I have. It seems to me that the molecular side is more up my street. But then, the others were so interesting as well. The great thing about life science is the variety and the possibilities open to both studies and jobs. What life science most interests you? Regardless of which one it may be, I'm sure you'll have fun and a fulfilling time at university and career. I hope this course has helped you. And who knows? Maybe you'll be helping the next generation of life science students soon.
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