50. Peter :
- Here’s an interesting job advertisement. It seems they’re looking for a person with a PhD
in physical sciences to assist in a nanomedicine study.
- If the research topic is medicine, why do they need a physicist?
- I guess that makes sense. Most doctors don’t have that kind of training.
A) I would assume that they need someone with experience in handling nanoparticles.
B) They must need help with something outside their realm. What is nanomedicine, anyway?
C) I can’t guess, but I think nanomedicine has promise for the future.
D) The reason is unclear. Maybe there’s a mistake in the advertisement.
E) I don’t know. Why don’t we look at the website to find out?