Isha Konety (1/2A)

Biomedical Engineers

Biomedical Engineers contribute to medicine by inventing things that help detect or cure disease and sustain health. As a biomedical engineer you save many peoples' lives and make other lives better, happier and easier. Some projects that biomedical engineers have worked on in the past would be X-Rays, Ultrasounds and incubators.  Some projects that you may make as a biomedical engineer could be artificial lenses for the blind, grow tissues for the heart, and prosthetic limbs for children.

I find this field of engineering interesting because you get to save peoples' lives, while inventing new things that help further us, help cure diseases, and make lives better.

Works Cited:

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Ryerson Career Center. "A Closer Look At: Biomedical Engineering." YouTube. YouTube, 12 Mar. 2013. Web. 28 Jan. 2015. <>.

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