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Why do popular representations of biomedical striving still seem to conclude so logically with retribution?
But, the biomedical and healthcare industries are just two of Cleveland's bright spots.
Beyond a certain point, a drug or biomedical company must take the lead.
This ability, known as direct piezoelectricity, has applications as varied as guitar pick-ups, biomedical sensors, cell phone vibrators, ocean sonar and cigarette lighters.
Marro works as a biomedical researcher and lives in Newton.
Congress launched the debate last year by passing the 21st Century Cures Act, which aims to accelerate biomedical research.
The Clinic also has become a national leader in biomedical research.
Jeff Crandall, a biomedical engineer from the University of Virginia who oversees helmet testing for the NFL, said the analysis essentially measures how well a helmet prevents the head from jarring and twisting in different directions on impact.
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