Scotland has given the world some of its finest engineers; here at HIJOBS we are willing to go toe-to-toe, head-to-head with anyone and argue that.
Excuse us while we name drop: Sir George Bruce, James Watt, Thomas Telford, John Rennie, the Lighthouse Stevensons, William Fairbairn, Robert Stirling, Robert Napier, John Elder, and William Thomson. That’s just a few before we get onto modern-day heroes like Hugh Gill of bionic hand fame; Craig Clark the satellite engineer and Douglas Anderson with the ultra-widefield retinal imaging.
Or we could point you in the direction of all the Scottish universities with world-renown engineering faculties, attracting students from all over the globe.
Next time you are indulging in a little bit of coffee-break browsing, go online and visit engineeringhalloffame.org, the home of the Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame and feel very, very proud.
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