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Yes the biologists do experience the social interactions. The below points will help you understand the various scenarios where they experience these interactions:
Biologists are also social birds though thaey have been given a tag of laboratory bug, as you know they work for society and being a part of society they first understand the need of society, understand socio-economic dymension and then design a hypothesis. Moreover a biologist's life style look typical and least interactive which gives different message to the society as people feel biologists do not have social life. No not at all they are very mcuh involved in social activities but with a deceplined life style and do respond the social responsibilities related to health issue, environmnetal issue, epidemic issue, drug and medicine, agriculture need, and several other issue at day to day level where people need the help and accordingly biological scientist design the model system in laboratory and implement their scientific and research skills. As they study the human behavior, animal behavior, plant response system, crop growing system, cultivation criteria, diseses symptoms these are the social problems those are being dealt by scientists inside the laboratory in an isolated condtion where only scientists, technicians, research fellows, and other acdemicians who contribute jointly. Afterall they need a deep understanding of public life and the associated problems. It is always fascinating to know the work style of a biologist in a laboratory which looks like a fun for the visitors moreover it attracts the youngesters. Although repeating the same exercise and doing the same protocol is a tough job of technician--- important part of biological society though biologists are alwyas busy in finding the puzzles and mysterious facts about nature (plant, animal, human, space, earth-environment).Design a protocol after rounds of revision and brain storming session, dealing with huge pressure related to assignments to be finished within stipulated time of frame. At the same time they have academic responsibilities guiding phd scholars and othe junior students and trainees those are in need.
Dear Friend, the biologist interacts with many persons from morning till evening. Technically speaking , a biologist is a social animal. The biologist is an academicain as well as a researcher or scientist. As academician a biologist interacts with students, colleagues, superiors and clients. A biologist (it could be a botanist, zoologist, biochemist, microbiologist, biotechnologist, environmental scientist) has also to take classes, here he has to interact with students, within the class and outs side the class. Some students ask their queries in the class room, while some dont feel comfortbale there to ask question. Therefore, some students ask the teacher or professor, when he or she is free. A biologist also guides masters as well as doctoral degree students to carry out research work. Here the biologist spend some time in laboratory with research scholars, about their research work progress. Besides this, a biologist also writes research proposals to funding agencies. After winning the projects, working on it, he recruiting the senior research scholars or research asoociate to carry out the research work. On the basis of results the biologist write the tri monthly, half yearly and yearly research progress report. Again on the basis of research results, he also publishes in research journals. If not invoved in research then he writes review articles, book chapters along with his colleagues.The conferences, workshops, symposim are integrated part of an education system. Here the biologist either oraganize the event or become a prt of it by participating in it. This is usually a huge geathering, where scientists, researchers from across the globe assemble on a common platform to discuss the devlopment of scientific subjects. Here the biologists meets like minded people and make relations for future scientic research and exchange program.
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