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Our Bionics and Bioelectronics specialisation is designed to prepare you for the burgeoning bionics and bioelectronics industry.

This specialisation will provide you with a fundamental understanding of the integration of electronics with biology, biomaterials, neuromodulation and long-term reliability knowledge essential to sensory and motor implantable therapies.

Graduate opportunities

As a graduate of our Bionics and Bioelectronics specialisation, you will possess the knowledge and technical skills to engineer bioelectronic devices such as cochlear implants, bionic eye, pacemakers, and other brain-machine interface devices.

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