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Engineering in the Army - the Royal Engineers

Engineers work for the British Army - what do they do? Major Matt Smith tells us...

Found in translation

Mairead Kelly is an electronics engineer working on the micro-chips inside your mobile phones and MP3 players that let you talk to your friends and hear your music on the go...

Maintaining a nuclear power plant

Nuclear power stations provide a stable, low-carbon energy supply to power our homes and more. Engineering apprentice Victoria Brown explains what goes on inside the plant...

The road to success

Philippa's a civil engineering graduate with a passion for boats. She works at Amey and uses technology to help keep us safe and well-informed as we travel around the country's roads.

Good vibrations

From the Arctic Monkeys to Ed Sheeran and the Manic Street Preachers, Guy Massey is the sound engineer recording some of the best in the business.

Green means GO!

10 million car journeys, half a million cycle rides and six million bus trips every day - Kamlah tells us about the challenges of traffic control engineering for London!

Marine dreams

About 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered by water, and engineers like Martin Chan help to create ways of travelling across it. From transporting products to different countries, to protecting the seas and helping get energy from under the sea-bed, Martin helps Rolls-Royce create the propellers, boats or products their customers need.

Rollercoaster engineering at Thorpe Park

Up, down and round and round - all at stomach churning speed! Ex-apprentice Ainsley keeps the rollercoasters smooth, safe (and scary) at Thorpe Park...

Crash, bang, wallop, what a job!

Kimberley is a graduate at vehicle engineering, test and development company MIRA, keeping drivers safe on the roads through crash barrier testing and more...

Building a sustainable future

40% of UK carbon emissions come from the built environment, and building services engineers like Sally are helping make buildings more sustainable, as well as more comfortable places to live, learn or work, looking at heating, humidity, CO² levels and more.

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