Working In….Robotics & Engineering

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  Last updated October 19, 2017 at 1:34 pm


No idea what actually happens in Robotics and Engineering jobs? What could a career in these areas hold for you? These short videos highlight a range of roles from making garlic picking machines work, security system design & designing various parts of submarines, to calculating how to make a building safe, playing with robots and carving a TV presenting career out or being in charge of making a plane testing environment safe.

About the Author

Hilary Jones
Hilary is the Contributing Editor for Education at Australia's Science Channel and the Education Specialist. She has a wide ranging background in a variety of Educational settings both in Australia and the UK, and a deep love for biology, Star Wars and ultra dark chocolate. Not necessarily together - although creating an accurate X-Wing out of 90% cocoa solids chocolate would be a dream come true (please send the plans if you have them).

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