biomedical engineering

noun

Definition of biomedical engineering

: the application of engineering principles, practices, and technologies to the fields of medicine and biology especially in solving problems and improving care (as in the design of medical devices and diagnostic equipment or the creation of biomaterials and pharmaceuticals) : bioengineering sense 1

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Nelligan, whose probable career field is biomedical engineering, received a Clemson University scholarship. C.r. Walker, Daily Southtown, "Southtowners: Matteson’s Jubert graduates from U.S. Naval Academy," 10 June 2019 The Niles resident will attend the University of Southern California and is hoping to work in the field of biomedical engineering and medical technology as an electrical engineer. Megann Horstead, chicagotribune.com, "Shout Out: Harshitha Padiyar, aspiring electrical engineer," 14 June 2018 The Rensselaer senior is a biomedical engineering major and an honor student. 'sam' Boyer/special To Cleveland.com, cleveland.com, "It's a mysterious case of the cloned building: Whit and Whimsey," 30 Mar. 2018 Marrero is interested in biomedical engineering, describing Leyden’s advanced physics and biology classes as preparation for his studies at Dartmouth. Rachel K. Hindery, chicagotribune.com, "'He has perseverance': Marrero enjoys role as a leader at West Leyden," 14 May 2018 Matthew Coughlin graduated with a bachelor’s of science degree in biomedical engineering, biomechanics. Michelle Mullins, Naperville Sun, "Naperville People in the News," 29 June 2018 The tower will also include Technion facilities focusing on innovations in biomedical engineering, startup incubation and an exhibition center to host conventions. Jeffrey Barken, Jewish Journal, "Haifa's on the rise with university leading the way," 11 July 2018 Hampton Clay Gabler, a professor in the department of biomedical engineering and mechanics at Virginia Tech, wrote that paper with Devon Lefler. Detroit Free Press, "Death on foot," 28 June 2018 He has been accepted to University of Texas at Austin, Georgia Institute of Technology, Johns Hopkins University and the University of Pennsylvania and plans to study biomedical engineering. Staff Report, Houston Chronicle, "Area students win prizes in city of Houston essay contest," 1 May 2018

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1960, in the meaning defined above

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biomedical engineering

noun

Medical Definition of biomedical engineering

: the application of engineering principles, practices, and technologies to the fields of medicine and biology especially in solving problems and improving care (as in the design of medical devices and diagnostic equipment or the creation of biomaterials and pharmaceuticals) : bioengineering sense 1

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