Essential career advice from top recruiters and college directors, plus news, interviews, internship tips and insider advice - and everything else you need to know for Biomedical Engineering.
Natalie Cheung, a manager at Robogals, which seeks to increase female participation in STEM subjects, is on a journey to inspire more women to become engineers.
posted on: 05/21/2015
Shyam Patel, winner of the ApaTech prize, explains the importance of medical engineering to the global healthcare industry.
posted on: 04/23/2015
The right social media presence is crucial for today's engineers. Here's how you can enhance your online profile on sites like LinkedIn and Twitter.
posted on: 04/09/2015
Mechanobiology, an emerging science that couples mechanical and biological analysis, provides engineers cross-disciplinary careers.
posted on: 04/02/2015
Nick McGill, one of the inventors of TitanArm – an engineering project for upper-body injury solutions – hopes his innovative product will bag his team the Edison Award.
posted on: 03/26/2015
James Roberts, a winner of the James Dyson award 2014, is developing an inflatable incubator that will aid premature births in developing countries.
posted on: 03/12/2015
In the UK alone by 2022, 1.8 million new engineering, science and technology professionals will be needed. There are many reasons why 2015 is the ideal year to be an engineer.
posted on: 02/26/2015
It's hard to get work experience without having work experience. But here are five reasons why pursuing an internship will help you land your dream engineering job.
posted on: 02/05/2015
EngineeringBecause lists the best of the latest engineering graduate opportunities in the UK's aerospace sector, to help your career take flight.
posted on: 10/16/2014
3D printers are gaining popularity within university engineering education, but they have a lot more applications that they are only just beginning to be used for.
posted on: 05/22/2014
Biomedical engineering graduate Sretko Becarevic on why he changed careers and took up an MBA.
posted on: 07/04/2013
Ex-President of the Society Of Women Engineers at Penn State University on late nights, healthcare innovation and women's strong networks.
posted on: 03/13/2013
David Teng talks about studying bioengineering.
posted on: 03/12/2013