Our engineering and science graduates can be found in a broad range of careers and roles, including all branches of engineering such as civil, chemical, mechanical, mechatronic, biomolecular and space. They work in robotics, transport and logistics, agribusiness and renewable energy; in building design, construction, communications, medical device manufacturing and disaster recovery. Our science graduates become astronomers, entomologist, geophysicists, mathematicians, nanoscientists, plant geneticists, soil scientists, medicinal chemists, food technologists, microbiologists, psychologists and science writers and historians. They work in environmental policy, food security and agriculture. Science graduates from the University of Sydney have distinguished themselves in many areas of endeavour. Our graduates include winners of the Nobel Prize and the Rhodes Scholarship and leaders in international research, education, business, banking and government. Employers value a Sydney Science graduate's genuinely adaptable skills and ability to think creatively about complex issues. Recent graduates are employed in science-based work in industry, research, hospitals, forensics, patent offices quality control, medical laboratories, banking, business analysis, sales, marketing, human resources, librarianship, publishing, museums, computing, and biotechnology.