Definition of biomedical
1 : of or relating to biomedicine
2 : of, relating to, or involving biological, medical, and physical science
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The team has conducted interviews with victims of the alleged attack and witnessed the collection of biomedical samples from casualties.
A small cottage industry of private biomedical support firms and services has grown in the area as a result.
The city hopes to attract technology, research, biomedical and testing lab facilities, or an industrial business incubator for advanced technologies.
The president’s requests on biomedical research and defense are likely to be greeted skeptically by Congress, which ultimately controls spending levels.
Frazier graduated with a degree in physics and pre-engineering in 2007 and went on to earn her doctorate in biomedical engineering in 2008 from Tulane University.
Grinnell Morris leads the uneven cast as Jack Sutree, head of olfactory research in the fictional City University’s biomedical department.
While most biomedical grants leave nine long months between submission and decision, Bishop was pleasantly surprised to see her campaign progress in real time toward its meager $1,500 goal.
David Kaplan, chairman of Tufts University's biomedical engineering department, recalls being approached three years ago by Sacred Heart graduate Tara Cocchiarella, who boldly asked for a job in his laboratory in her freshman year at the university.
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