Biomedical and Medical Engineering News

03 December 2022

A Day in the Life of a Biomedical Scientist…

Do you want to create new tools and machinery for enhancing human health? If the answer is yes, then an MSc in Biomedical Engineering may

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11 July 2022

Biomedical Engineering Delivers Great Opportunities

How does £47,000 in annual salary sou...

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04 February 2022

Biomedical and Medical engineering - How technology is the future of good health...

 Technology plays a massive part in modern life; it’s almost impossible to think of a scenario where technology doesn’t exist, from retail to medicine. This includes the UK’s healthcare system, which is at the forefront...

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01 February 2022

4 Biomedical Advancements to Inspire Biomedical Engineering Master’s Students

A look back at the most mind-blowing biomedical engineering advancements from 2021![image src="/assets/Hero-Image.jpg" id="22420" width="305" height="203" class="left ss-htmleditorfield-file image" title="Picture ...

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30 November 2021

How to Improve Learning for an Engineering Master’s

An engineering master’s can be intensive…optimise your learning to get more from your course.Whether you’re looking at electronic engineering courses, civil engineering courses, mechanical engineeri...

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16 August 2021

What a career in Biomedical and Medical Engineering looks like

Choosing which degree to study can be challenging. Weighing up multiple options, between what you enjoy, what you’re good at and what you want to be doing in the future. At the end of the day, the best way to discover where your degree...

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30 July 2021

Shaping a Career in Biomedical and Medical Engineering

Your first question might well be ‘What is Biomedical Engineering?’ In summary, it is the advancement of biomedical science and technology, insight, and application to improve healthcare and rehabilitation.Being able to live a...

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27 July 2021

How you can help change the lives of disabled people with engineering

By the end of the First World War, there were over 41,000 amputees reported.  Prosthetic limbs have existed for centuries, with recordings of prosthetics dating back to the Fifth Egyptian Dynasty between the 25th and...

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05 May 2021

Why Biomedical Engineering is in the Top 40% of Careers for Career Satisfaction

Why Biomedical Engineering is in the Top 40% of Careers for Career SatisfactionWhen determining what career path to go down, you need to consider how happy you will be in your job role. The average person spends 9...

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01 May 2020

What are biomedical engineers doing to help the coronavirus crisis?

When a pandemic arises, certain roles have to put their workload into overdrive to cope with the situation, but also find solutions to additional issues. The nation pulls together in a heroic effort to try and comfort one another and hel...

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28 April 2020

3D Organ Printing

After being able to successfully 3D Bioprint onto bone and skin, the goal of developing functioning organs such as livers, kidneys, or hearts, is becoming a reality. 2020 looks to be the year biomedical engineers finally solve the increa...

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28 April 2020

How you can advance in the world of Biomedical and Medical Engineering

Biomedical and Medical Engineers are high in demand. Employment in this role is predicted to grow 4% from 2019 to 2028. This increase is linked to society’s shift towards engineering solutions helping to improve patient care.The...

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