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As a Biomedical Engineer, you’ll examine medical problems and solve them by applying your engineering knowledge. Sitting at the intersection of technology and human biology, Biomedical Engineering applies the latest developments in computing, robotics and nanotechnology to medicine.
A Biomedical Engineer analyses and designs solutions to problems in biology and medicine to improve people's lives. Interested in humans and machines? This is the path for you.
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At UNSW Engineering, we hold the quality of our research to the highest academic standards addressing the global challenges facing society and delivering positive, real-world impact. Our researchers are part of strong, interdisciplinary teams driving creativity, innovation and industry transformation.
Our world class research centres and institutes are developing strategies and technologies to help us overcome some of the key challenges facing society today. Explore our diverse research themes and see how our research is transforming the future, locally and internationally.
We are proud of our reputation as a leading research faculty. Our outstanding track-record of Australian Research Council (ARC) grants, as well as our funding from state and federal government bodies ensures our research makes an impact. We continue to grow and strengthen our reputation throughout Australia and the world.