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Food tech is for technology improving food growth, quality, and nutrition.


Food tech is for technology improving food growth, quality, and nutrition.

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Advice needed

I’m a first year engineer and I really want to work in food tech specifically developing new products rather than the designing of manufacturing machines etc. But, I don’t know what to specialize in to help me get to that point when I graduate. My choices are systems and industrial engineering, biomedical engineering, electrical engineering ( either renewable energy, electronic devices, communications). Passion wise I lean to biomed but I don’t think it’ll get me the career I wish for.

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2024/04/22
02:59 UTC

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Gratifying Videos Food Technology Processing Machines That Operate At An Extraordinary Level ▶ 20

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2024/04/20
06:41 UTC

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