• Question: What do you accomplish from your work?

    Asked by laceyc to Amit, Emily, Jo, Martin, Paige on 12 Mar 2012.
    • Photo: Emily Bullen

      Emily Bullen answered on 11 Mar 2012:

      I help make medicines that will make a real difference to people’s lives. 🙂

    • Photo: Amit Pujari

      Amit Pujari answered on 11 Mar 2012:

      Satisfaction! of working on something which might help people in improving their lives, maintaining their health and sometimes saving their lives.

    • Photo: Joanne Davies

      Joanne Davies answered on 11 Mar 2012:

      Hello Laceyc. I make sure we get our equipment to the hospitals in good time, all over the world, once they have been ordered.

    • Photo: Paige Brown

      Paige Brown answered on 12 Mar 2012:

      I love my work, especially now. When I was in the lab, I had the satisfaction of knowing that I was having a part in advancing our knowledge of science and nanomedicine, allowing for future researchers to make better medicines and therapies for sick people.

      Today, I feel honored to be communicating science in ways that allow non-scientists to get excited about science! I think that it is very important for scientists to communicate better and to reach out to non-scientists around them. It is only by working together that we can solve the greatest challenges facing our world today.

    • Photo: Martin Wallace

      Martin Wallace answered on 12 Mar 2012:

      I really feel my job allows me to help people using my engineering skills. There are lots of products that I get to work on that are designed to help people who are ill, frail, disabled, or otherwise in need of help. Some of the products I work on may not be the most glamorous or exciting things in the world, but to me they are the most important things I have done.
      Everything I do is to make people feel more comfortable with life which is a great feeling!