Hello all. I am a second year EE student thinking about my future career goals and aspirations. I'm leaning towards trying my hand as a researcher and attempting to start a company. I'm interested in applying concepts in engineering and physics to the medical field. I'd love to have a source of information on biotechnology and where research in this area is heading. However, I've looked into buying textbooks from graduate level courses, and they are just too expensive. I've also searched the internet for some guidance to no avail. Does anyone know where I might start learning more advanced topics in physics and engineering? Also, what sorts of things can I do now to start honing my skills as an engineer? Thanks a ton.