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As a field statistician you design and apply mathematical techniques to create, collect and analyse data. You then use this information to help inform decision-making and policy within areas such as science, technology, medicine, sport, education, business, finance and government.
Food scientists use science to understand food processes and improve food quality for the public. You will study the makeup of all different types of food and use laboratory techniques to discover nutritional value or develop products that are more enjoyable and sustainable.
As a geoscientist you investigate the earth’s natural processes such as its soils, oceans and atmosphere. Your results are then used to help solve environmental problems and inform government policies to improve the quality of human life.
As a human-computer interface researcher you will create a seamless experience between a user and a computer or software. You will use your creative and technical talents to work out what the interface problems might be, come up with a solution, use a rigorous scientific process to prove if you are right or wrong, and then communicate any issues to management.
A hydrogeologist investigates how groundwater travels through the earth’s rock and soil. The job is a combination between water, science and geology to ensure clean groundwater supplies relied on by humans, animals and plants.