Victor Panasyuk's creative blog on DashBurst. Hi! In my time people from physics employed to come to this field, now biologists more often enter bioengineering, and bioinformatics becomes mathematics, physics and computer science. Experience indicates that it is difficult for a biologist to learn programming and then immerse himself from the depths of mathematics, it's easier for a programmer to give the fundamentals of biology. So it's much better to begin with a bachelor's degree in programming or math, and then get the lost knowledge in the classes. As an example, there are bioinformatics colleges with various programs: for biologists who need to catch up on programming, also for programmers who lack knowledge from biology. My name is Victor, I'm 36 years old, I was born in Lviv. Regrettably, they were still science fiction if it came to extending human life. I graduated from outside college and entered https://nure.ua/. I became a researcher in bioengineering, medicine and physics. I needed to study in various ways, there certainly were a lot of quite interesting issues, we were very interested in teaching physics, and then biophysics, which, if I'm not mistaken, would be educated just in our specialty, it should also be noted such subjects as circuit engineering, microprocessor technology and engineering, which is quite crucial for your future engineer. I consider it really important for myself that the knowledge gained in the lessons on computer engineering, I believe that you do not have to convince someone how important today computer literacy is, and most importantly for an engineer. I believe especially important is the understanding obtained in programming. I'd love to add that in case you feel interested in medical engineering, you're definitely here! In Europe, it's in comparison with MIT. - Victor Panasyuk

Hi! In my time people from physics employed to come to this field, now biologists more often enter bioengineering, and bioinformatics becomes mathematics, physics and computer science. Experience indicates that it is difficult for a biologist to learn programming and then immerse himself from the depths of mathematics, it's easier for a programmer to give the fundamentals of biology. So it's much better to begin with a bachelor's degree in programming or math, and then get the lost knowledge in the classes. As an example, there are bioinformatics colleges with various programs: for biologists who need to catch up on programming, also for programmers who lack knowledge from biology. My name is Victor, I'm 36 years old, I was born in Lviv. Regrettably, they were still science fiction if it came to extending human life. I graduated from outside college and entered https://nure.ua/. I became a researcher in bioengineering, medicine and physics. I needed to study in various ways, there certainly were a lot of quite interesting issues, we were very interested in teaching physics, and then biophysics, which, if I'm not mistaken, would be educated just in our specialty, it should also be noted such subjects as circuit engineering, microprocessor technology and engineering, which is quite crucial for your future engineer. I consider it really important for myself that the knowledge gained in the lessons on computer engineering, I believe that you do not have to convince someone how important today computer literacy is, and most importantly for an engineer. I believe especially important is the understanding obtained in programming. I'd love to add that in case you feel interested in medical engineering, you're definitely here! In Europe, it's in comparison with MIT.

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Hi! In my time people from physics employed to come to this field, now biologists more often enter bioengineering, and bioinformatics becomes mathematics, physics and computer science. Experience indicates that it is difficult for a biologist to learn programming and then immerse himself from the depths of mathematics, it's easier for a programmer to give the fundamentals of biology. So it's much better to begin with a bachelor's degree in programming or math, and then get the lost knowledge in the classes. As an example, there are bioinformatics colleges with various programs: for biologists who need to catch up on programming, also for programmers who lack knowledge from biology.
My name is Victor, I'm 36 years old, I was born in Lviv. Regrettably, they were still science fiction if it came to extending human life. I graduated from outside college and entered nure.ua. I became a researcher in bioengineering, medicine and physics.
I needed to study in various ways, there certainly were a lot of quite interesting issues, we were very interested in teaching physics, and then biophysics, which, if I'm not mistaken, would be educated just in our specialty, it should also be noted such subjects as circuit engineering, microprocessor technology and engineering, which is quite crucial for your future engineer. I consider it really important for myself that the knowledge gained in the lessons on computer engineering, I believe that you do not have to convince someone how important today computer literacy is, and most importantly for an engineer. I believe especially important is the understanding obtained in programming. I'd love to add that in case you feel interested in medical engineering, you're definitely here! In Europe, it's in comparison with MIT.

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