What do you think. Does this product, The #CAST Project - FATHOM - 3D Printer Sales, Rapid Prototyping, Design, meet a real need, or just try to create one? Students, this is where you are headed: http://www.qmed.com/mpmn/medtechpulse/signs-youre-medtech-engineer-readers-chime?cid=nl.mpmn01.20140911. Note Medtech Engineering mostly overlaps Biomedical Engineering. It is m... Here is a list of design dos and don'ts: http://www.qmed.com/mpmn/gallery/7-dos-and-donts-medical-device-design. We cover each of these and many others in our design sequence courses (BE-2000 through BE-4002). Biomedical engineers find themselves right in the middle of the situation described in this article: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/06/health/even-small-medical-advances-can-mean-big-jumps-in-bills.html. Improvements... QMED (a popular device industry website) just released a slide deck listing the top 10 cities for medical device innovation: http://www.qmed.com/mpmn/gallery/top-us-cities-medtech-innovation. This might be useful info... I suspect this is a “front” for one or more on-line universities - http://www.onlinecollege.org/guides/engineering, but it appears to provide an excellent list of online resources for engineering students.... From: Berst, Guy Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 9:37 AM Subject: Summer Program for Undergraduate Research at MCW Each year hundreds of students apply for an internship position over the summer. Once again... Wow. Not a word engineers often used, but it what I thought when I stumbled across this, http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R42130.pdf, while preparing my BE-3001 lecture. This document appears to provide a wonderfully ... This would be of interest to biomedical engineers. Pacemaker treats sleep apnea | Science News Here is the text of an e-mail I received regarding a summer research opportunity for juniors and sophomores.... We are now accepting applications for our NSF REU site focusing on Research Experiences in Neural ... For many years, biomedical engineers have been working to develop artificial hearts that can provide long term support for patients' needing them. Here is story about another attempt in France: &nbs... Congratulations to the Class of 2015 for the excellent job they did on their presentations last night. Received a lot of positive feedback from our guests. Good job, now get back to work. I'm wondering how we should work the seating tonight at the junior presentations. Here is what I mean by this. To get teams on and off the stage efficiently, it would make sense for each team to set together. On the o... The annual junior presentation event will be held from 5:00 to 9:00 pm on Thursday, December 12 in the Todd Wehr Auditorium in the CC building. BE Juniors are required to attend this event and may bring up to two gues... This short news item illustrates the importance of usability considerations and testing in the medical device design process: How Usability Testing Prevents Horror Stories | Qmed There is nothing more ... Granite MEDSystems is looking for biomedical/electrical engineers to add to their team. They are ramping up for the increased business with the new addition to 3D printing. Visit online: www.granitemed.com ... University of Nebraska - Lincoln is looking for interested students to apply to their 2014 Nebraska Summer Research Program. Nebraska’s summer prog... Here is an announcement regarding a Marketing Internship program that runs next summer. It is probably not a good fit for most BE students, but may be of interest to those of you interested in the business/marketing s... Below is a link to a robot that tests for cures wayyyy faster than we can do with our hands. Hopes this interests someone! This Robot Is Changing How We Cure Diseases Hey Dr. Tritt, why do you keep changing the Biomedical Engineering group? This is really just a test post to see how the Ask widget works.