The study of astronomy is the oldest of the natural sciences.
A chemist is a scientist who researches chemical substances, performs experiments with the properties of chemical substances, measures the effects of chemical compounds in various situations, and studies inter-chemical reactions.
3. Animal Scientist
An animal scientist works to ensure agricultural productivity and food safety.
A biologist is a scientist who studies life, specifically organisms and their relationship to their environment.
A veterinarian is a medical professional who protects the health and well-being of both animals and people.
A physicist is someone who explores and identifies the basic principles that govern the structure and behaviour of matter, the interaction between energy and matter, and the generation and transfer of energy.
7. Molecular Biologist
Molecular biology is a field of science that explores and studies the structures and functions of cells on a molecular level.
A microbiologist is someone who studies the growth, development, and characteristics of microscopic organisms such as bacteria, algae, and fungi.
9. 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.
An epidemiologist is someone who investigates the causes of disease and other public health problems to prevent them from spreading or from happening again.
11. Chemical Engineer
A chemical engineer is someone who influences various areas of technology by conceptualizing and designing processes for producing, transforming and transporting materials.
An internist is a physician, or a 'doctor of internal medicine', who applies scientific knowledge and clinical expertise in order to diagnose, treat, and practice compassionate care for adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness.
14. Atmospheric Scientist
An atmospheric scientist (or climatologist) studies the scientific and mathematical aspects of the earth's atmosphere, climate and weather.