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Think about all the things that need to be built and maintained in order to create a safe community: roadways and bridges, houses and clinics and schools, drinking water systems, energy transportation.

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February 6th, 2018 is the launch date for Falcon Heavy, the most powerful U.S. rocket since the early 1970s!

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Zoetropes are an early form of animation technology. Learn about this Ingenium artifact and make your own version of this artifact using 3D printing!

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Today I am a facilitator. I make sure researchers and developers have everything they need to make progresses in their respective projects.

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Andrew Stewart has an important job as he is one of the people who ensure that the concrete used in municipal, commercial residential, and industrial construction projects is safe to use and will form sturdy structures. Andrew uses his knowledge of the physical and chemical aspects of concrete as he performs on-site testing of the cement mixture to make sure it meets the established building standards and codes.

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I am a site supervisor on high rise and other concrete structures. I plan, organize and schedule how to create the building which includes reading blue prints, using mathematical figures for volumes of concrete to be ordered, planning layouts and surveying.

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Business Development means I help grow my company's business through partnerships and connections with other organizations.

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Join the Toronto Police Marine Unit as they venture out onto Lake Ontario.

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I am responsible for ensuring the success of the product management and product marketing activities for several product and product lines within the company.

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The job of a university professor includes many different aspects. I spend roughly one third of my time advising graduate students, one third of my time teaching and designing courses, and one third of my time reading research and writing papers and thinking hard.

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