Bioengineering is where engineering meets medicine by preventing invasive surgery, innovating hi-tech health devices, and enhancing artificial organs. It spans wearable devices, tissue engineering and biomechanics, with career paths to healthcare, pharmaceuticals and scientific research.
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The Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine is Europe’s largest research institute dedicated entirely to the development, validation, and use of in silico medicine technologies.
The main aim of the Centre for Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering at the University of Sheffield is to foster multidisciplinary interactions, bringing scientists, engineers and clinicians together.
‘Medicine must become a multi-disciplinary field’
It is becoming increasingly important to find good answers to all these questions as people are living longer, and there is a rising global need for new and better ways to improve the number of years lived in full health.Hindustan Times
Tiny fluorescent carbon dots could make cancer treatment safer and more effective
A pioneering new technique that could make light-based cancer treatment more effective and safer for patients, while reducing its cost, has been developed by researchers from the University of Sheffield.University of Sheffield
Multidisciplinary, with multiple options
Bioengineering is exciting and challenging, with a cornucopia of opportunities for those with a passion for itThe Hindu
Interdisciplinary Programmes in Engineering (IPE)
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