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An Innovative Education in Engineering—Online

Where are you currently employed and what is your title?

I currently work as a validation engineer for the medical division of an adhesive technology company.

Did you receive a promotion or change positions after obtaining this degree?

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Picture it: You’re sitting in a cavernous lecture hall at 8 a.m. on a Tuesday with 60 other people, paging through a $125 textbook, not certain you understand what the professor just said but too intimidated to raise your hand. You’ve quit your job and borrowed thousands of dollars to be able t...

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Case Western Reserve University's Department of Biomedical Engineering celebrates a long history of advancement through innovation. Today, that tradition is as alive as ever.

Dominique Durand, the Elmer Lincoln Lindseth Professor in Biomedical Engineering, explains some of the ways he and his team...

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How Augmented Reality Is Impacting the Classroom

Imagine you're a biomedical engineering student, and you're figuring out ways to connect human anatomy with technology. Wouldn't it be amazing to have the ability to interact with an anatomically interactive rendering, one where you could move organ...

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A digital concussion monitoring system to better protect athletes. A smart key that collects a user’s passwords in a single device.

What do these innovative concepts have in common?

They were all created by teams featuring Case School of Engineering students and alumni and were on display at t...

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