RE: [Histonet] How to choose a topic of a master degree thesis?

From:"Kemlo Rogerson"

Secret is to do something on something you enjoy. Don't try and do an
MSc on something you think is a tad boring as it will get very, very
boring!! I assume you have a Supervisor? Your Uni would have one PLUS
you need one at your place of work; what does your supervisor say? Next
try and find someone, like a Medic, that has a specific interest but no
time to pursue it. If you try and come up with something that your
organisation has no interest in then you will struggle.

If you have a Research Department ask them, if you know of anyone
carrying out research then ask them. Unfortunately immunocytochemistry
interests me not at all so I can't help and if someone from the Forum
suggests something then you will be in an academically sterile
atmosphere, struggling by yourself. Why not carry out some
immuncytochemistry on Mummies? Might get a grant and involved in a
research programme, but I've no idea what you could look for in mummies
or how you would get the tissue.

Kemlo Rogerson
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