Good medicine

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On July 29, 2015

This fall, S&T students interested in growing health care fields like biomaterials or genetic engineering can combine traditional engineering with biological sciences through a new biomedical engineering minor.

Open to students in both the College of Engineering and Computing and the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business, the major will help prepare biomedical engineers to find jobs in industry, hospitals, research facilities, academia and governmental agencies.

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On July 29, 2015. Posted in Around the Puck, News, Summer 2015

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