Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Lawrence Technological University’s Biomedical Engineering program combines intensive course work in engineering with a strong background in biology, chemistry, physiology, instrumentation, and other subjects pertinent to the medical field. Designed for high school graduates as well as working professionals with a degree in a related field, the biomedical engineering program can prepare you for one of the fastest growing ocupations in the health care field today.
Biomedical Engineering News
Rigaku is offering 3 internships to students in the instrumentation, engineering, and new technology and product development departments. Tasks include developing and charactarizing precision polishing process for x-ray crystal optics, and working with the engineering design team to assist in designing mechanical components and systems...read more.
On a certain level, almost everyone is acquainted with the fact that self-blood-glucose measurement is an intrinsic and important part of a diabetic patient’s healthy life. However, only 17 million of us fully understand how a diabetic patient depends on his or her ability to effectively control and regulate the blood glucose level...read more.
This summer I had the opportunity to spend ten weeks in Boston, MA while participating in the BIOSENSE REU program at Northeastern University. This research experience for undergraduates is funded by the National Science Foundation and is similar to many across the country...read more.