By : Jasli L & Kristie M
What do Nanotechnology Engineering do?
Seeks to learn new things that can change the face if health, science, technology, and the environment on a molecular level. They test for pollutants, create powders to enrich our foods and medicines, and study the smallest fragments of DNA. They can even manipulate cells, proteins, and other chemicals from within the body.
Why is it a good career choice?
They make more money than normal engineers.
~ $89,850 Annually
~ $43.00 Hourly
Workplace will involve many different high-tech microscopes that will allow the engineer to see things far smaller than our visible to the naked eye. Very few distractions and very focused teammates.