Biomedical engineers apply engineering techniques to solve biological and medical problems. Environmental engineers study the environment to determine methods for improving air and water quality. In clinical engineering, the biomedical engineer designs and maintains diagnostic and health care delivery systems. In medical engineering, the biomedical engineer develops artificial organs and limbs, diagnostic and therapeutic devices, pacemakers, and imaging equipment. These engineers may also carry out research in the medical field which provides ideas for innovative projects.
Where to Get Education
Bachelor's degree and may require a masters or graduate degree