1. Food Science Technologist
Food Science Technologist
A food science technologist provides accurate nutritional information for food labeling, does shelf-life studies, tests the safety and quality of food, develops recipes using newly-discovered ingredients, modifies foods such as creating fat-free varieties, and uses panels or consumers to evaluate products.
2. Biomedical Engineer
The field of engineering as a whole is an innovative field - coming up with ideas leading to everything from skyscrapers and automobiles, to aerospace and sonar.
Biology is the scientific study of life and living organisms, and can focus on so many things - how an organism has come to exist, how it is built, how it grows, how it functions, what it does, or where it lives.
4. Animal Scientist
Whether it be in a university setting doing research, in a laboratory performing tests, or at a farm operation designing new methods for optimum yield and herd management, animal scientists are busy ensuring agricultural productivity and food safety.
5. Aerospace Engineer
If you are interested in designing and building machines that fly, this career may be the right choice for you!
6. Industrial Engineer
Industrial engineers find ways to eliminate wastefulness in production processes.
7. Naval Architect
A naval architect is someone who designs, builds, and maintains several different types of marine vessels and structures, and makes water travel possible.
8. Computer Programmer
The road to becoming a computer programmer typically begins with a keen interest in technology, and an almost insatiable curiosity about the language of computers.
9. Computer and Information Research Scientist
Computer and Information Research Scientist
Are you a computer geek?
10. Nuclear Engineer
A nuclear engineer researches and develops the processes, instruments, and systems used to get benefits from nuclear energy and radiation.
11. Geospatial Information Scientist
Geospatial Information Scientist
A geospatial information scientist is someone who studies and analyzes how people utilize the physical space around them.
12. Environmental Engineer
An environmental engineer uses the principles of engineering, soil science, biology, and chemistry to develop solutions to environmental problems.
13. Photonics Engineer
Photonics is the science of using light to generate energy, detect information, or transmit information.
14. Soil and Plant Scientist
Soil and Plant Scientist
A soil and plant scientist is someone who works in the agricultural field studying the different compositions of soil and the effects they have on plant life, crops, and the national food supply.