>>7787069 >in a perfect world the only undergrad science and math degrees would be physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics Fixed that for you. Technology/Engineering only need to be 4 year programs, depending on what type of engineering someone's doing. Technology is such a broad field, but if we're talking about CS/IS and the like, that doesn't need to be more than a 4 year either.
>>7785990 I love it OP, I'm doing research on organic materials right now, and planning on doing a master's degree in materials.
>>7785990 >Is there interesting research going on in the field? Beyond the graphene meme, yes, all sorts of cool shit. One of the more awesome things that comes to mind is the metal annealing research being done. In addition, the large carbon nanostructures are also pretty cool.
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