Biomedical Engineering
Improving the Quality of Life

Biomedical Engineering
Improving the Quality of Life

Biomedical Engineering
Improving the Quality of Life

Biomedical Engineering
Improving the Quality of Life

Did you know: the Golgi apparatus looks like a bunch of pancakes or balloons squished together
and packages materials into vesicles for use inside the cell.

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Dirk group featured in the Daily Lobo
February 18, 2015
The science of tissue engineering, scientists growing new organs in a laboratory setting, is the type of futuristic technology most often seen in movies or TV shows.Read More...

Shared BS/MS credit program begins
January 7, 2015
UNM's School of Engineering now offers shared credit programs for students to apply upper-division electives in their BS curriculum toward an MS, as well.Read More...

Tye Martin wins NSF Award
July 25, 2014
Tye Martin, a graduate student working in the Center for Biomedical Engineering at the University of New Mexico, was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) graduate fellowship.Read More...

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