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Biomedical Engineering!



Biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary field in which

the principles and techniques of engineering, physics, chemistry,

and other physical sciences are applied to facilitate progress in medicine, biology,

and other life sciences.


Biomedical engineering encompasses both engineering science and applied engineering

in order to define and solve problems in medical research and clinical medicine

for the improvement of health care.


What Subjects Do Biomedical Engineers Study?





Medical Physics


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Tissue Engineering




What Biomedical Engineers Do?

Biomedical engineers can design and develop new medical equipment in  

medical and Pharmaceutical industry. Also, many biomedical engineers work in research labs.

The combination of an aging population, the demand for more sophisticated medical

equipment, and the need to develop cost-effective treatment techniques,

will fuel the strong growth of biomedical engineering jobs.


More Links


Try Bioengineering

The Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society

The Biomedical Engineering Network