Question: how long have you been an engineer?
Daniel Morse answered on 10 Mar 2017:
About 2 years!
I fell into an opportunity I had while doing my PhD. I used some tissue models to infect and have a look at the cell responses, and damage caused by my infection, and because they’re so expensive, I wanted to make my own.
I then wanted to make a more complex model, and collaborated with and spent some time with a group in Sheffield who taught me how to do it, and since then I’ve been using my own engineered models. Its great because I learnt a lot of skills in a short amount of time, which will really benefit me in the future Im sure!
Todd Burton answered on 10 Mar 2017:
I have officially been an engineer since i graduated fro Sheffield in 2014, but I’ve been thinking like an engineer since i started that course in 2010.
Alejandra Aranceta answered on 10 Mar 2017:
I have been an engineer for almost 7 years now! I started studying my degree in engineering (Biomedical Engineering) 11 years ago, I think this question has made me feel old!
Sophie Cox answered on 10 Mar 2017:
I started my undergraduate degree in engineering back in 2007 so I guess 10 years now!
Ana Gallego answered on 11 Mar 2017:
Well, if it could since i finished my first degree that means almost 10.years!
do you enjoy working long hours even at night time
are you good at your job
What university did you attend and what levels are required?
did you go to six form or college
is it ever disgusting the things u do ?