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Careers Related to Nuclear Science and Technology

Career categories which utilize Nuclear Science & Technology information/knowledge

Accelerator operator
Agricultural researcher
Chemist
Equipment technicians (gauges, etc.)
Gamma astronomer
Hazardous waste technician
Health physicist
Historian (carbon dating)
Nuclear engineer
Nuclear medicine technologist
Nuclear pharmacist
Nuclear physicist
Nuclear power reactor operator
Nuclear technician
Radiation oncologist
Radiologic technologist
Radiologist
Science teacher
Science writer

Career categories which provide service to Nuclear Science & Technology
Administrator
Architect
Boilermakers (blacksmiths, forgers, welders)
Civil engineer
Clerical worker
Computer programmer
Computer technician
Electrical engineer
Electronics specialist/technician
Lawyer
Mechanical engineer
Plumber

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The word “Science” is derivative of the Latin word “Scientia” which means knowledge. Science is probably the most important and helpful subject of study for human race. There have been many famous scientists and discoverers in nuclear history. Here is a brief history of those who have paved the way.

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