What is Biomedical Engineering?
Biomedical engineers help to improve quality of life for sick or disabled people.
Working with doctors and medical scientists, biomedical engineers research and design ways to improve health care and medical services.
They use microcomputers, lasers, and other materials to develop equipment that is used to:
- diagnose health problems
- develop medical products used to monitor and treat patients
- design and deliver technology to improve the quality of life for disabled people
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October 3, 2012
The launch of Engineering Week was hosted by Her Honour, Sally Thomas the Administrator of the Northern Territory at Government House on Tuesday 7 August 2012. Over 50 members joined in the Division’s official launch of the week’s activities which included a Women in Engineering lunch and a cocktail function at the Defence of Darwin Experience at East Point Museum.
September 21, 2012
A ‘Discover Engineering’ information evening aimed at secondary school students, parents and teachers was held at Division Office on Tuesday 7th August. Students were enlightened to see some of the many ways engineers influence their everyday lives and hear how to achieve a rewarding career in engineering...
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