Careers in science and technology

Australia, 1967

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Episode of Series “The Way to Tomorrow”.
Explains the scope of employment in scientific and technical fields in Australia. Shows many examples of work in laboratories and workshops and out of doors, covering research and application in physical and biological sciences, meteorology, geology, engineering, instrumentation and automation, power generation, food industries etc. Gives guidance on the prerequisites necessary to enter the fields.

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director

Bruce McNaughton

producer

Ronald Mason

production company

Academy Film Productions

Duration

00:21:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1967

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The Way to Tomorrow

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