Difference Between Material Science & Material Engineering

Materials Science

Materials scientists must possess strong research capabilities and expert knowledge in chemical compositions in order to develop new products using computers and lab instruments. Their work involves studying various products and their chemical properties, and can enhance or invent new materials based on their research, analysis, and test results. Products they work on range from pharmaceuticals to cleaning products. They can start their career by earning a bachelor’s degree in chemistry or a similar discipline. Advancement is possible in this field.

Materials Engineering

Materials engineers primarily work in manufacturing, and they may be involved with the production of everything from aircraft parts to sports equipment. Their focus is on the components used to produce items, and they may determine different materials that can be used to improve the product or reduce production costs. They use computers to study materials at their chemical and atomic levels to solve engineering problems in a number of fields, such as chemical or nuclear. In order to become a materials engineer it’s necessary to earn a bachelor’s degree in this field.

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