Engineering themes

Bioengineering/Medical

A total of 75 items listed.

Responses to ‘Autism and engineers: Is there a connection?’

Professor Peter G Fookes FREng

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Autism and Engineers - is there a connection?

Fabian Acker

Is autism more prevalent in engineers and, if so,why?

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Smelling illness

Professor Julian Gardner and Dr Evor Hines School Of Engineering Professor Chris Dowson Department Of Biological Studies, University Of Warwick

The use of electronic noses in identifying harmful bacteria and pathogens

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Biochips at the heart of healthcare

Peter FitzGerald, John Lamont and Ivan McConnell

The analyser set to increase the accuracy of patient diagnosis for the healthcare profession and increase cost-effectiveness

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From securing stealth to ensuring health – making ultrasound ultra-safe

David Bell

A review of current failings of ultrasound physiotherapy units with an insight into possible solutions for creating an inexpensive, easy-to-use and accurate power meter

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Heath informatics initiative

Dr John Forrest CBE FREng

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Building with biology: The engineering in tissue engineering

Professor David Williams

What is the role of the engineer in advancing the newest developments of genetic science? The art of creation has never been more important in tissue engineering, with increasingly complex structures being produced every day

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A study in cyborgs

Professor Kevin Warwick

Examining the potential benefits of combining man and machine

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Exciting innovations for the spinally injured

Kenneth Hunt, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Glasgow and Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injuries Unit, Southern General Hospital, Glasgow Alan McLean, Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injuries Unit, Southern General Hospital, Glasgow

Engineering plays an important role in spinal cord injury rehabilitation and in improving the quality of life of spinally injured people

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Some engineering implications of the Human Genome Project

Professor Richard I. Kitney FREng

An enormous amount of complex data processing is now needed to extract useful information from the sequenced human genome

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Creating a UK Genome Valley: the role of biochemical engineering

Creating a UK Genome Valley: the role of biochemical engineering Professor Peter Dunnill OBE DSc FREng

The UK must tackle a new generation of engineering challenges to maintain its strength in biotechnology

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Digital surface photogrammetry: a new medical imaging modality

David Segal

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