Biological Sciences and Bio – Engineering
Biological engineers apply the principles of biology and knowledge of engineering to produce usable, tangible products. This also involves thermodynamics, bioinformatics, biomechanics and various other fields.
- Bio-mechanical Engineer
- Rehabilitation Engineer
- Clinical Engineer
- Bio-engineering Researcher
- Minimum education required is 10+2 with biology - Bachelors degree in Biological engineering
- 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.Tech in Biomedical Engineering
- B.Sc in Biomedical Engineering
- BE in Biomedical Engineering
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Biomedical Instrumentation
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Biotechnology & Biochemical Engineering
Address: Delhi Meerut Road, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 201204
Phone: 01232 234 301
Address: Roorkee - Haridwar Highway, Roorkee, Uttarakhand 247667
Phone: 01332 285 311
Biomedical engineers work normal business hours but at times they work for long shifts on projects. They also have to work after hours for hospitals, offices, factories, rehabilitation centres etc.
Larsen & Toubro Limited
Address: 12/4, Mathura Rd, Sector 27D, Faridabad, Haryana 121003
Phone: 0129 429 1000
GE Global Research,
Address: Plot No.122, Export Promotion Industrial Park, Phase 2,
Hoodi Village, Whitefield Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560066
Phone: +91 80 40881128
Forrest Morton Bird was known for his contribution in the field of biology by creating the first reliable mass produced mechanical ventilator.
Graeme Clark is an Australian biomedical engineer who is currently teaching Otolaryngology at Melbourne University. He is the inventor of multiple channel cochlear implant.