Re: [DIYbio] Re: Biomedical Engineering or Computer Science Engineering

Which country would be affordable to study Bioengineering ?

On Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 2:58:41 PM UTC+5:30, John Griessen wrote:
On 05/25/2017 04:03 AM, Mega [Andreas Stuermer] wrote:
> Tell the voice in your head to shut up, a lot of people that are less intelligent than you have done it already ;)

Repeating an offlist email:
On 05/24/2017 12:43 PM, Ayush Mahajan wrote:
 > thanks, I'm thinking to get Biotech as minor and CSE as majors would
 > this help me overcome my fear?

Only you know your fears very well.  Others have their own fears.

Sometimes fear can be F.E.A.R. ==>  False Evidence Appearing Real.

Finding people doing what you are interested in and asking them how they do it
will dispel any groundless fears, or show you that they do some things
that you are not good at yet, or are avoiding, or maybe even involve fears you have.

Biomedical Engineering channels one into working for companies that get
their designs qualified for medical use, which can be laborious and costly,
especially in the US.

Studying biotech, while also getting a degree in CS
will help you find work outside the medical field.  But both are fairly broad,
not guaranteeing any particular kind of work...

Always be thinking of what work is going to be like, and will you like that,
and ask people that are getting experience again and again what that is like.

also think a lot about what the world needs that you can deliver, or you and some
others can deliver...

If you don't enjoy following others orders like me, that means
learning how to run businesses, and how to get some dirt/land/buildings owned or long term leased
to operate on, so you can do your own thing manufacturing-wise.

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