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Masters degrees in Biosensors equip postgraduates with the skills to design and develop devices that detect, record and transmit information about the body. This includes tracking physiological change in the body, and the presence of chemical or biological materials.
Courses range from taught MSc and Meng (Master of Engineering) degrees, to research-based MRes and MPhil programmes. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in an appropriate science, engineering or technology subject.
Biosensors help medical professionals to understand the basic structure and function of different biological processes within the human body, particularly molecular structures such as DNA and RNA, cells, and their roles within biological systems.
They also enable experts to explore the effectiveness of processes such as tissue engineering, including synthetic tissues and prosthetics, and how compatible they are with organic functions.
Biosensor techniques include waves and diffraction such as radiation, and digital signal processing methods. You will also explore nanofabrication methods (the design and manufacture of devices with dimensions measured in nanometers).
Expertise from this field may be applied to a range of medical and biomedical careers, from radiology and midwifery, through to drug design biotechnology manufacturing.
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The Integrated Photonic and Electronic Systems MRes, taught at the University of Cambridge and at the UCL Centre for Doctoral Training in Integrated Photonic and Electronic Systems, aims to train students to PhD level in the skills needed to produce new integrated photonic systems for applications ranging from information display to ultra-fast communications and industrial materials processing. Read more
This industry-focused programme - run jointly by the universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow - focuses on the principles, methods, techniques and technologies that underpin a vast range of needs in applications spanning from research to industry to medicine. Read more
Many of the innovative new products today come from the interdisciplinary field of info-bionics between computer science, electrical engineering and biotechnology (e.g. Read more
One of the strengths and special feature of the Computer Science Engineering MSc program at PPCU FIT is the specific synergy of information technologies and life sciences. Read more
The online Biodata analysis program is a one-year, 60-credit programme providing enhanced knowledge and skills in the analysis of large-scale molecular data from biological systems. Read more
If you want to study Medical Physics with applications in nuclear medicine, radiotherapy, electronics and MRI University of Aberdeen has a world renowned historic reputation within major global innovation in this health area. Read more
Aberdeen developed the MRI scanner and it offers a world renowned research lead programme across the entire range of scanning and imaging techniques including Nuclear, Positron Emission Tomography and Ultrasound. Read more
The MSc by Research in Medical Engineering provides graduates with the opportunity to develop knowledge, understanding and expertise in their chosen field of research in Medical Engineering, beyond the level of a taught master’s degree, but without the requirement to complete as much novel research as a doctoral student. . Read more
Biofluid Mechanics applies engineering, mathematical and physical principles of fluids to solve complex and multifaceted problems, primarily in biology and medicine, but also in aerospace and robotics. . Read more
Biofluid mechanics applies engineering, mathematical and physical principles of fluids to solve complex and multifaceted problems primarily in biology and medicine, but also in aerospace and robotics. Read more