I found the opportunity to apply many of the concepts I had learned in my classes to real life scenarios; as the instructor of biomedical Mr. Robert Lawson in his internship lecture, where he said "the field of biomedical technology is actually very broad, and it can be helpful to do some research on all of the different opportunities that are out there. The sooner you know what aspects of the field interest you, the sooner you can focus your studies in a way that makes you marketable in that area. Internships are a GREAT way to gain some first-hand industry experience, as well as allow you to get your foot in the door for potential full-time opportunities post-graduation".
is the underline expression right grammatically . and if not , what i have to say
The word 'biomedical' is an adjective and needs a noun after it, so for example 'biomedical engineering' or... View the full answer