Biological Sciences and Bio – Engineering
A biological engineer may study the environment to improve the ways we conserve soil, water and other natural resources. He or she may design new equipment or methods used in medicine or agriculture, or specialize in power systems. The specific talents of a biological engineer may lead her or him into a career involving research, management, sales or production. In all cases, biological engineers combine their skills in math and science to find solutions for many of the problems facing the world today.
There are three main areas that a bio-engineer may work in:
• The NHS
If you choose to go into research
your career path will typically involve a PhD in bio-engineering
followed by a role at a university or academic institute as a lecturer or researcher.
If you wish to work in industry
you can move into a job after your degree and start to work your way up. Senior posts may offer roles in:
• Quality assurance
• Technical advice
• Class 10th Pass • Class 10+2 with Science Stream
• Careful measurement and analytical skills. • Good attention to detail. • A good eye for design. • The creative and technical ability to turn designs into products. • The ability to empathize with patients. • Communication and team working skills.
Courses to be pursued
• B.S. / M.S. in Bio-Engineering
• B.tech/M.tech in Bio-Engineering
Address: Lila Ram Market Nearby South Extension part 2, Guneet Kashyap Marg Road, Block A, South Extension II, New Delhi, Delhi 110049
Phone: 098997 87975
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Address: Hauz Khas, New Delhi, Delhi 110016
Phone: 011 2659 7135
Bio-engineers work in offices, laboratories, workshops, manufacturing plants, clinics and hospitals. Some local travel may be required if medical equipment is located in various clinics or hospitals. Most bio-engineers work standard weekday hours.
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13, Kasturba Rd.Bangalore-560076
P.K.Morgan (India) Pvt.Ltd.
Address: 1214, chiranjiv Tower,
Nehru Place New Delhi-110019
Ph.: 91 11 6435838
Chrysta went to China with Penn’s Global Biomedical Service Program and came back with new goals and ideas. Not only she discovered a passion for prosthetics and orthotics, but she researched and invented a device for below-the-knee amputees, for which she won a PennVention Prize and financial support.
He is currently involved in a two year, rotational program building his skill set as a manufacturing engineer and sourcing engineer to pursue continuous product improvements.