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Resource engineers develop more efficient ways to use natural resources and manage the environment in rural areas.
Geotechnical engineers examine the foundations of built structures, providing crucial information and knowledge about how the soil and rocks beneath a proposed structure will behave under pressure.
Pharmaceutical engineers design and operate the equipment that produces life-saving drugs and medicines.
Aerospace engineers are responsible for the design, construction and science of aircraft and spacecraft.
This area combines electrical engineering and computer science, and involves the analysis, design, development and operation of computer hardware and software.
Civil engineers design, construct and maintain the built world, including works like bridges, roads, canals, damns and buildings.
Condor Tower, a mixed-use 28 storey building at 22 St Georges Terrace, exemplifies leading engineering innovation by adding 18 storeys on top of a 10 storey abandoned building.
This innovative project is a joint initiative between Power and Water Corporation and CSIRO to make the best use of valuable water resources in Alice Springs and reduce wastewater overflows.
The Centroc Water Security Study was initiated in November 2008 to examine the region's water supplies.
Unlike medical innovations that can help people one at a time engineering innovation can save many lives at once.
This innovative process utilises naturally occurring microorganisms to break-down oxalate which needs to be removed from the process.
Kurilpa Bridge is an exciting piece of infrastructure which stretches the boundaries of engineering to astonishing new levels.
When Regina was younger, she was fascinated by big structures like bridges and dams.
Major Jennifer Harris, a Civil Engineer, is currently the Officer Commanding the 23rd Support Squadron, 1st Combat Engineer Regiment.
For Daniel, being part of the engineering profession lets him be involved in the creation of things that will help improve people?s lives.
Andy spent 25 years serving in the Defence Force, and became an engineer so he could provide the next generation of soldiers with better tools and systems to give them the winning edge.
Renee came to the engineering profession by accident, but since starting her postgraduate studies she hasn?t looked back.
Greg started his working life as a tradesman, but soon switched to engineering because he wanted to be involved in designing and developing technical solutions, not just implementing them.
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