Depends on the type of matrix . If proteins present, then electrophoretic method will be good but it's time consuming. If other species, then column and fractional chromarography would be ideal. Minder
First interview Q's:
Give me 3 words to describe yourself?
What is your spirit animal?
Tell me what you know about peptides (chemistry / structure / R groups whatever)
Do you know what this company does?
Can you explain to me "This experiment/project" on your resume?
Second Interview Q's:
Have you heard of glassdoor? What do you think of those negative reviews?
Why are you interested in this internship?
Tell me a little about yourself?
first of all $15 is worse than flipping hamburgers at innout and that's after your done with internship...and have you heard of Glassdoor...duh and what I think about it? Your company sucks. Minder
yeah, if I didn't read your description, I thought you were offered to flip burgers at McDonalds. Minder
$13 to $15 an hour?? Here are people that are getting paid more:
1) My gardener
2) friend that works in a furnature warehouse
3) Jack In the Box associate from across the street
4) Guy sitting in an intersection holding up a sign that said "help, unemployed veteran..."
...and none of them got your Bachelor's. Just apply to McDonalds, at least you can get same pay with free meals everyday Minder