As the name suggests, biomedical engineering applies engineering principles to human biology and advancing healthcare.
Biomedical engineers generally work with doctors and medical professionals to design, create, and maintain technologies in the healthcare field, or in research to advance medical knowledge.
Examples of biomedical engineering innovations you’re likely familiar with include prosthetics, pacemakers, and ultrasounds.
Newer biomedical advancements include 3D printed organs, the use of AI in health monitoring tools, and regenerative medicine.
If the idea of creating life-changing technologies in response to the latest scientific and technological advancements appeals to you, our Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Biomedical) might be the degree for you.