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Introduce viewers to three women who have found gainful employment in the engineering field. This program profiles Elizabeth Nethery, a product support engineer who tests and customizes prosthetics; Elisabeth Pau a computer software engineer in the aerospace industry; and Daisy Lung, an environmental engineer who conducts site assessments for real estate clients. Commentary from coworkers and supervisors rounds out the descriptions of each job. Part of the series Career Options for Women: Emerging Opportunities.
Transportation Engineering and Invention
Toyota, Bombardier, and Rolls Royce all have factories in Darby. Rolls and Royce set up a manufacturing plant dedicated to the car, a brand new technology. The plant now produces jet engines. A BBC Production.
Things You Need to Know…About Engineering: James May's Things You Need to Know
James May uncovers the fascinating science of engineering, giving the real ‘nuts and bolts’ account of how things really work—from the wheel to the Saturn V rocket. Through animation and motion graphics, James revea the answers to several questions. How have smart men with spanners managed to change the world? What did steam ever do for us? What is the smartest machine? When can I move to Mars? Learn who has been building skyscrapers for millions of years, what a football has to do with nanotechnology, and how a 180 mph chicken gun and foul-tasting tea can help keep you safe on a plane.