By contrast, petroleum engineering and metallurgy degrees promise median earnings of $120,000 and $80,000.
Not many aspiring early childhood educators would change course once they learn they can earn more in metallurgy or mining.
Other branches of science, apparently quite as alien as anatomy to women's taste and talent, are mineralogy and metallurgy.
The process of extracting a metal from its ores is called the metallurgy of the metal.
At this time Sir Henry had no connection with the iron or steel trade, and knew little or nothing of metallurgy.
Just the kind of work for students commencing the study of metallurgy.
This is neither milling, metallurgy, nor ore dressing, but is more properly called Sorting.
In chemistry and metallurgy, an alloy containing quicksilver; more particularly one in which that metal plays a conspicuous part.
In 1732, I went to Lapland, and returned; after which, I read lectures on botany and metallurgy for a whole year.
But primitive man was thus cautiously and experimentally feeling his way to a knowledge of metallurgy.