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 Biomedical scientists are employed in hospitals, in the industry, in research facilities of medical and educational institutions, in teaching, and in government regulatory agencies. They frequently supply an interfacing or coordinating function, using their background in both medical fields and engineering. In production, they may create designs where an in-depth understanding of living systems and of technology is essential. They may be included in performance testing of proposed or new products. Biomedical engineering has an impact on human health, apply and use an intimate knowledge of current biological principles in their engineering design process. Aspects of mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, mathematics, electrical engineering, materials science, chemistry, and computer science and engineering are all combined with human biology in biomedical engineering to improve human health, whether it is a breakthrough in identifying proteins within cells or an advanced prosthetic limb.

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