U.S. News and World Report: What to Do With a Materials Engineering Degree

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Essentium’s co-founder and Head of Research and Development for Materials, Brandon Sweeney, Ph. D., is interviewed for his thoughts about the materials engineering industry.

“Materials engineers are typically solving grand challenges for enabling tomorrow’s technologies,” Sweeney says. He explains that the field of materials engineering might be particularly appealing for someone intrigued by multiple academic disciplines.

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