Working in Robotics & Engineering – Dermatec

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Working in Robotics & Engineering - Dermatec


  Last updated December 12, 2017 at 3:03 pm


Chris & Simon work at Dermatec as project engineers & they love the variety and hands on nature of their work. Whilst what they are doing is quite different from their university studies they’ve found, overall, the scientific principles of investigation and methodical processes are common themes throughout all the projects they work on and talk about how their education prepared them for that.

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