Content tagged with "BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING"

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Technology You Can Swallow

18 June 2018
A Carnegie Mellon researcher has developed a diagnostic tool that can be digested

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Electrical Engineers Are Building the Future of Health Care

5 June 2018
Assistive robots, advanced imaging machines, and 3D bioprinters certain to transform the industry

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How Engineering is Revolutionizing the Healthcare Industry

1 December 2017
3D modeling, electroceuticals, and nerve-stimulation devices are some of the technologies that are having an impact

Three Ways Engineers Save Lives

3 July 2017
From cutting-edge medical advances to structural safety in building design, engineers are unsung heroes

Adaptive Toy Project Transforms Ride-on Cars and Interactive Stuffed Animals for Special Needs Kids

12 June 2017
IEEE student members work with physical therapists to retrofit off-the-shelf toys

Researchers are Using Electrical Stimulation to Map the Brain

1 November 2016
Neural probes are helping them gain insight into the causes of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases

How to Break Into Some of the Fastest-Growing Tech Fields

7 September 2016
IEEE resources to help members launch successful careers in big data, software-defined networking, and biomedical engineering

IEEE Medal Recipients Paved the Way for MEMS and 3G Wireless

4 July 2016
Their work impacted a number of areas, including health care and wireless Internet