Decarbonisation

The engineering careers helping us get to net zero emissions

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What is Biomedical Engineering?

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.