Biologists study living things and their relationship to their environment. Some work on research to learn more about organisms, such as bacteria and other microbes. Others work on research to come up with new medicines, ways to make plants grow better, or ways to protect the environment. Biologists sometimes work in laboratories and use science equipment like microscopes, test tubes, and computers. Some biologists work outside to collect samples and/or study organisms in their natural environment.

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