Khyati Meghani

Khyati is a graduate student in the Master of Biotechnology program at Northwestern University. Her research work, focused in the field of hematology, is a medley of biology and engineering applied towards understanding the chemistry of cellular processes.

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The one question that every interviewer asks is: Why do you think a career in ______ (insert your field of interest here) is for you? For me that field is scientific research.

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I love being a scientist. But as a kid I wanted to be an astronaut. I was and still am fascinated by space. I have always wondered what it would be like to be a scientist in space.

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A falling apple led to the discovery of gravity. The most abstract of things can inspire scientists and their inspiration can lead to the most amazing discoveries.

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We are evolving and so are the technologies that we use. iPhone is in its 5th version and getting more and more user efficient with every new model. Research works the same way.

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I recently read an interesting article in Science about how physicists have been able to store data in a Quantum Bit for 39 minute

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I have been viewing a lot of TED talks recently because it’s fun to listen to people talk about and demonstrate their technology. One of the talks I saw recently was by Dr.

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