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  • A conveyor belt moves rows of light colored, flat, and round objects at a high speed. Caption: but a lot of support goes into making a good product,

    Meet a food scientist who overcame his fear of chemistry, and now conducts experiments with vegetables. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Computer screen displaying a grid-like diagram mapping connections between multiple points. Caption: and then we can apply loading to this structure,

    Follow a structural engineer through a busy day of working with sophisticated design tools. He is tasked with creating safe, long-lasting structures. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • A tree lined river with steep banks on one side. Caption: you have groundwater that flows into the river

    Hydrogeologist Shannon Cook talks about how he entered this field of science and what he does on a daily basis. For this career, be sure to study math, science, and geology. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Computer graphic representation of clusters double helix DNA strands. Caption: We use synthetic DNA to reprogram living cells.

    Meet a chemist who owns his own business that develops synthetic DNA molecules designed to reprogram cells and help cure diseases. Hear the importance of writing, communication skills, and creativity to becoming a successful chemist. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Illustration of person in hardhat and overalls. Caption: Solar Installation Companies. We are working with solar installation companies.

    Industrial engineer and systems analyst Monica Barin shares her path to a career in solar power technology. She experienced a failure early in her pursuit, but she used her disappointment as a tool to find success. Part of the "Career Spotlight" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Extremely complex machine with interconnected cylindrical objects and wiring harnesses. Caption: It starts with an idea or concept.

    Meet three mechanical engineers who are designing the next generation of jet engines at a major U.S. company. They explain how their curiosity about how things work led them to advanced engineering degrees and cool careers with aircraft engines. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Three people stand around a horse. One holds the reins of the horse. A smiling person wearing a helmet is mounted on the horse. Caption: and I get to watch the riders benefit from her therapy.

    A riding instructor and barn manager discusses her career in equestrian therapy. She works at a nonprofit that provides services for people with developmental disabilities. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Forest setting with felled tree that has a diameter larger than the logger standing to one side. Caption: Old-growth forests are leveled,

    Part of the "Green Careers" series. Examines how staffers at nonprofit agencies work with lawyers, lobbyists, and other concerned citizens to advocate for environmental protection and strategies for sustainable growth. Jobs profiled include the following: environmental attorney, research associate, press secretary, community organizer, and attorney.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Two-line graphs. One with sharp, jagged, closely spaced peaks and valleys, the other with more gently increasing and decreasing peaks and valleys. Caption: This information is captured by the BioRadio

    Chris Pulliam is a product manager at Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies. He specializes in designing equipment that monitors different signals the body generates. Biomedical engineers work at the intersection of medicine and engineering. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Cylindrical metal duct with a control box and large valve control. Sign on wall says Supersonic Wind Tunnel. Caption: We have a tunnel that will reach Mach 3 on a small scale.

    Three aerospace engineers explain how they work with experiments, simulations, and wind tunnels to improve aeronautics. This segment also discusses Ohio’s unique contribution to aviation history, from the airplane to the moon. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Complex robotic machinery behind a mesh grate with a person standing at a control panel outside of the grated area. Caption: We have electrical engineers that focus on computers.

    Explore the dynamic work environment of an electrical engineer who oversees large industrial projects. Watch as engineers interact with one another and use cutting-edge 3-D modeling. Learn how to become a licensed professional engineer. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Seen from above, a large cylindrical tube with a hatch in a pit surrounded by wooden supports and metal bars. Caption: model representations of sewer and river systems.

    Learn how a civil engineer’s farm life and summer construction jobs led him to his college major. Hear how college, internships, and a desire to work outdoors molded his specialized career path in hydrology and hydraulics project management. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Space rocket launching as seen from below. Caption: I want to contribute to the first manned mission to Mars.

    Erick Ordonez is a materials engineer at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. He makes sure that the materials NASA sends into space are problem-free. In this video, he talks about the connections between his work, hobbies, and approach to life. Part of the "Design Squad Nation" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • A person wearing a green shirt and an orange vest carrying a measuring stick works in a forest.  Caption: I'm not stuck at a desk. My job changes.

    Hear from a forest services manager who leads projects for forest health and sustainability. He discusses the importance of math, science, writing, and communication in the field of forestry. Learn about the many careers available in the area of natural sciences. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Two people wearing hard hats walking on a concrete path through an infrastructure of intricate tubing and walkways. Caption: A chemical engineer figures out a way to scale that process up

    Follow a chemical engineer at an oil refinery as he interacts with team members and uses technology to keep the refinery working at optimum levels. He also offers advice on educational and co-op opportunities for becoming a chemical engineer. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Person standing next to a platform with two taxidermized elephants. Caption: (Emily Graslie) Carl and Delia Akeley's Fighting African Elephants

    In this episode, host Emily Graslie highlights an exhibit of taxidermied elephants. The exhibit was created by renowned taxidermist Carl Akeley. The elephants are in need of some repair, and the museum is preparing for this undertaking. Part of "The Brain Scoop" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • An angled roof covered in solar panels on top of a reflective building with "Third Sun Solar" and a logo on the side. Caption: We mount solar panels on roofs, we create energy,

    Meet Peter Kachenko, director of operations at Third Sun Solar, and find out how to prepare for a career as an energy analyst. Math, accounting, and science are key topics to focus on when preparing to enter this profession. Part of the "Career Connections" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Two people in a science lab working on a piece of equipment from opposite sides of the table. The equipment terminates in a spout leading to a large plastic drum. Caption: to improve access to safe water

    Amy Pickering is an environmental health engineer and works as a research associate at Stanford University. Environmental engineers are biological and agricultural engineers who specialize in the environment and its affect on health. Part of the "Career Spotlight" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Large warehouse with airplanes in various stages of construction. Caption: Our team supports the triple seven directly.

    Will Roach never pictured himself working for Boeing. However with the help of two STEM degrees, he is now a full-time employee and works as a Production System Build Integrator. He ensures that the building process of the airplanes runs smoothly. Part of the "Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing STEM Professionals" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Person gesturing above an open book. The book has a broken spine and faded, handwritten text. Caption: So we catalogue the most primitive first

    In this behind-the-scenes glimpse at The Field Museum, host Emily Graslie learns how the museum catalogs the new specimens that scientists collect. She also reviews some of the historical field notes the museum keeps on file. Part of "The Brain Scoop" series.

    (Source: DCMP)