Physicists are chiefly concerned with mapping mathematical laws that can determine the nature of the universe around them. This may involve studying kinematics (the study of the movement of bodies), nuclear physics (the study of the interaction of atomic particles), particle physics (the study of the interaction of subatomic particles), or even quantum physics (the study of subatomic particles and their energetics). These individuals typically possess advanced degrees and are involved either in academia, or industries such as Raytheon, IBM, or Lockheed.
Botanists are involved in the study of plants in academic or professional settings. They may be interested in the biochemical or genetic aspects of different plants, be concerned with the cultivation and engineering of species, or study the larger geological and ecological aspects of their existence.
"Chemistry means the difference between poverty and starvation and the abundant life", and these individuals know its power well. Chemists' expertise lies in an understanding of the molecular and atomic interactions of matter. They might be writing lab reports, testing materials, mixing reagents or fixing equipment, to name but one of their many tasks. BASF, Dow Chemical, and DuPont are a few companies this audience make be associated with.
Geologists are concerned with the physical elements of the Earth, their composition, and how their structure and the processes they undergo shape the world around us. They may be designing geologic maps, collecting rock or mineral samples, or analyzing satellite photography to see larger geographic trends. Earthworks, Aramco and Amec Foster Wheeler are companies that this audience may be researching.
Meteorological work can take many forms, from the modeling of meteorological data by computer scientists to the measurement of airflow by physicists to the construction of weather balloons by engineers. Regardless of their area of expertise, these individuals have one concern: understanding the weather in its many forms. They typically get jobs involving TV/radio stations, military, consulting and education.
These individuals are engaged in microbiological work, whether gram staining bacterial samples in order to diagnose pathological disorders, using a TEM to look at viral cell walls to better understand RNA capsid structures or studying organelles like mitochondria to better model how cells can work. The microbiologists in this audience range in the role from lab technicians to academics working on government grants. They may be or have been employed by AECOM, LABS Inc and Tolmar.