Definition of biomedical
1 : of or relating to biomedicine
2 : of, relating to, or involving biological, medical, and physical science
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With the grant, Indiana University will create a new biomedical research center featuring cryo-electron microscopy technology.
Her oldest son is studying biomedical engineering at the University of Akron on a scholarship.
The unusual initiative was inspired by reports from two drugs companies that up to 89% of preclinical biomedical studies didn’t hold up in their labs.
These contain chitin, which has potential uses in makeup, soil amendments and biomedical products.
Charlotte eventually wants to become a biomedical engineer, building prosthetic devices for people.
Kourani was a student in the United States and received a bachelor's in biomedical engineering in 2009, the year after he was officially recruited by Hezbollah, officials said.
The complaint said that Mr. Kourani had also obtained a bachelor of science degree in biomedical engineering in 2009, and in 2013, a master of business administration.
The White House announced Tuesday that Francis S. Collins will stay on as director of the National Institutes of Health, extending Collins’s tenure even as the administration proposes deep cuts to the government’s premier biomedical research center.
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