You can only become a research scientist if you have a good degree (a 2.1 or above) in a science subject. A relevant postgraduate qualification (a PhD/research-based MSc) is also normally required, particularly for permanent positions. ... Read our article on scientific postgraduate study to explore your different options.
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You can only become a research scientist if you have a good degree (a 2.1 or above) in a science subject. ... Post-doctoral research and/or practical research/laboratory work experience is also beneficial, and frequently required for academic posts.
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researcher can be scientist because a scientist can be a researcher too
Research scientists work in almost every area of science imaginable. They plan and carry out experiments and investigations in a range of areas, including geoscience, medical research, meteorology and pharmacology. These are broad research areas; a research scientist will most likely be working on a much more specialist topic, such as gravitational waves or stem cell biology. If your specialism is likely to be chemistry-based, take a look at our research chemist job description.
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they do experiments, research, observe and test
Obtain a bachelor's degree. Complete a master's degree.