COULD YOU PLEASE DESIGN ME A BIONIC ARM?
Because you’re creating the medical and healthcare innovations that are either saving lives, or making quality of life better for people with illnesses or disabilities.
As a Biomedical Engineer you would combine an understanding of biology with engineering / mechanical processes to design, develop, and evaluate products like artificial organs, prosthetics, and other medical devices using all kinds of advanced technologies (including 3D printing). Day to day, you will mostly be conducting research, designing new devices, and testing prototypes in order to create a better finished product. Most of this work is done at a computer, but when it comes to research and testing, you’ll work with medical professionals and your manufacturing team to get the job done.