Biomedical engineer vs biotechnician

  • Which career is better and what skill each of them requires?

  • Biomedical engineers design equipment like artificial organs, prosthetics, and diagnostic machines
    For this, you should have a strong background in engineering, biology, chemistry, and software

    The job of a biochemist is to study the chemical processes in living things, like cell development growth, DNA, and mutation
    For this, you need to know biology and chemistry really well

    Of the two, the job of a biochemist is higher paying
    But what you'll be more satisfied with depends on your own interests