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Biomedical Engineering Research

People are living longer than ever before, and that means the healthcare field is expanding accordingly. The Census Bureau reports that the nation's median age increased nearly three years between 2000 and 2016.1 The number of residents ages 65 and older grew from 35 million to 49.2 million in t...

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Biomedical lab

Biomedical engineering is a fast-growing, in-demand field, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicting significant growth over the next decade.1 As technology progresses and new advances in medicine are developed, the need for biomedical engineers who can bring together the principles of engi...

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Da Vinci Surgical System

A da Vinci Surgical System at Addenbrooke's Treatment Centre during the 2015 Cambridge Science Festival. Photo by Cmglee and licensed under CreativeCommons 3.0.

Would you trust your life to a robotic surgeon? How about your mental health? While some may be uncomfortable with the idea of a robot...

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Our world runs on the work of engineers. Responsible for turning scientific ideas and discoveries into usable commodities, engineers shape our existence in every way, from the cities and structures we live in and the foods we eat to medical breakthroughs that save countless lives.

While nearly e...

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Nearly every aspect of life in modern communities is shaped by engineering, whether it’s the design, construction or maintenance of our surroundings, both natural and man-made.

If you’ve walked on a street, lived in a building, drunk from a tap or ridden a bus, thank an engineer. Bridges? Engine...

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