Post by Abigail M. on Nov 20, 2013 14:43:30 GMT -5
I was a Microbiologist. It helps prevent food molding, and can help make a new strain of bacteria that makes heather, better tasting yogurt. It can also help with curing acne.
A Microbiologist could relate to drinking water because when you would try to make that cleaner, fresher, water it could make a way to get all of the bad bacteria out of the the clean fresh water, and it might help to add good bacteria, too. I could maybe help put a new strain of bacteria in the bad water to make the bad stuff go away.
And after we did the science project, I found out more things about a Microbiologist and look at new things about them. And when we had to do a "redo" filter I found a couple things me and Microbiologist could do to fix it! I think that we needed to put more sand in to catch more little things.
"Drinking water" relates to my science profession ( Microbiologist ) because I study bacteria and other microorganisms that could be making the water less drinkable. By me being a Microbiologist I am a big part of making the water clean and drinkable. I also study the virus that is responsible for pandemic. It kinda helps because the virus could be in water. So I would find out if the virus was in the water.
Its because bacteria is in most of the unclean water and I study bacteria's growth and development. That helps so I know more about the bacteria and how to get it out of our water.So if I wasn't working then people wouldn't know very much at all about bacteria and other microorganisms that make the water unclean and they wouldn't know how to get it all out of the water.
My profession was a Microbiologist. Drinking water related to my profession because of the microorganisms in water. A Microbiologist can also figure out how to keep food from molding quickly, find a new strand of bacteria to make better tasting yogurt, and identify a virus that is responsible for sicknesses.
Microbiologists can also figure out how to get any bad microorganisms out of water. This relates to my profession more than the other examples because it has more to do with water.
In science, we did a project that has to do with everyone's professions. We did a water filtration system. We had to figure out how to make the dirty, disgusting water into clean, clear water. My group's water ended up being transparent. We used charcoal, sand and rocks.
To look at more information about a Microbiologist, you can go to sciencebuddies.org. I found a lot of information about my profession there. Most of the information in the first paragraph is from that website. There are a lot of other cool things to look at on this website and information about other professions to!
My job is a biological technician. According to the website Science Buddies, I would "Help confirm water contamination by investigating the quantity and types of bacteria in each sample". So basically I look at water to see if it is clean or dirty. If it is dirty it may have bacteria in it. I would help clean water with a filtration system. I might work at a water treatment plant. My job is important for drinking water because if it is unclean people could get sick.
How does drinking water relate to your science profession?
My profession is a biological technician. As a Biological technician, my job is to make sure that water quality is safe for drinking and has no contamination. To determine this I would take water samples and test them in the laboratory.
Contaminants that may be in untreated water include microorganisms such as viruses, protozoa and bacteria; inorganic contaminants such as salts and metals; organic chemicals contaminants from industrial processes and petroleum use; pesticides and herbicides; and radioactive contaminants. Also sewage from septic systems may add to water contamination. If the tests show that the water is safe to drink then I would approve it with a letter and stamp on the bottle.
As a hydrologist I am responsible to assist public health officials in in monitoring the public water supply. My job is to make sure that health standards are met so no one becomes sick when drinking the water.
I am a chemical Technician and my job as a Chemical Technician that relates to "drinking water." Had a few things to do with It like analyzing water samples for pollution to ensure the public's health. That relates to drinkable water because I have to to water samples and analyze It for pollution. Which that is where I go somewhere were the town or city might get there water from so I might go there a few times every month to make sure that the water is okay for the people so they don't get sick.
Also if the town/city had something wrong with them all at one time of flu or sickness going around and a lot of propels have it. I might go and check the water to make sure that the water is still okay and clean for those people and make sure that's not why there sick. And I Evaluate a new food additive to find out If It improves the texture of a breakfast cereal. which relates to "drinkable water because some people's might drink water with the cereal or sometimes the cereal might even have a little bit of water In It. So If the water was bad the people that was eating It could get sick.
Post by loganf3333 on Nov 21, 2013 18:35:13 GMT -5
Because some water is polluted and dirty. But drinking water is not polluted and dirty. The science project that we did was where we had dirty water and some clean water.
If you look through a microscope with clean water you will see stuff that is so tiny that you cant even see it without a microscope. my science job is chemical technician. There are related because they half to do with all of our science jobs .
I am a chemical Technician and my job as a Chemical Technician that relates to "drinking water." Had a few things to do with it like analyzing water samples for pollution to ensure the public's health. That relates to drinkable water because I have to to water samples and analyze it for pollution. Which that is where I go somewhere were the town or city might get there water from so I might go there a few times every month to make sure that the water is okay for the people so they don't get sick.
Also if the town/city had something wrong with them all at one time of flu or sickness going around and a lot of propels have it. I might go and check the water to make sure that the water is still okay and clean for those people and make sure that's not why there sick. And I Evaluate a new food additive to find out if it improves the texture of a breakfast cereal. which relates to "drinkable water because some people's might drink water with the cereal or sometimes the cereal might even have a little bit of water in it so if the water was bad the people that was eating it could get sick.
I'm a Chemical Technician too! we do a lot for drinking water.
Hello I this blog post I will be talking about how my profession effects water in our every day lives. OK so I got a question about how does your profession help the water so that is what this blog post is all about. So lets dive right into the action shall we.
So I am a biological technician an the whole point point of my profession is to find out what kinds of bacteria in the water. So i think that's the coolest job on the planet because you see things that so people have never seen before.
So how does it effect people well it's right in the defection it saves people and pets lives every day. because I cleans water and finds bacteria in the water that you would drink if he was not their or it their was no biological technician.
So that about it for my profession for kids that don't know what they will do with their lives i hope this shows what you should be. So thank the biological technician that saves your life everyday. So stay tuned for my next blog post.