Engineering themes

Bioengineering/Medical

A total of 80 items listed.

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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New developments in breath operated asthma inhalers

Mike Holroyd

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Mobile Telephones and human health - and overview

SG Allen, SM Mann, RD Saunders, ZJ Sienkiewicz and JW Stather

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Healthcare and the medical engineering Phoenix

Professor Peter Wells FREng

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