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Software engineers may often be low profile, but they are behind the scenes pretty much everywhere. From your iPhone to the ATM on the corner to the website of that university you just got accepted to, programmers have their fingers in everything.

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The field of engineering covers a wide range of different careers. Hang Tran, a Systems and Controls Software Designer who specializes in robotics talks to us about her career path.

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When someone is hurt in an accident, Forensic Engineers are experts in reconstructing the sequence of events leading to the injury.

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Engineers use science and mathematics to come up with solutions to a whole range of technical problems, from aerospace to biomedical, chemical to environmental, nuclear to mineral and so many more.

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Calleigh Duquesne is the lead ballistics detective on the hit TV show CSI Miami. And amongst all the glitz and glamour of the show, properly examining a firearm can play an important role in cracking an important case.

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From sports domes to skyscrapers. From houses to shopping malls. From museums to libraries. The list can go on, but what all of these buildings have in common is that they've all been carefully planned and designed by an architect.

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You’ve probably seen the show CSI where Nick or Sara run trace evidence samples through machines to try to figure out their identity or to match it to a crime scene. But there are real life CSI stars who do this work on a day to day basis.

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The people who are there to educate you on the academics side of university life are called professors. But professors do more than just teach you Science 101. They do cutting edge and exciting research behind the scenes too!

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It's the role of a medical physicist to make sure that cancer treatments are planned properly and to develop improved technologies to better treat patients.

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Getting computers to perform a certain task requires special programs for each function. To do this, computers need to be told what to do in a language that only computers speak and understand...well computers and computer programmers!

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