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1996 Annual Conference Proceedings
Introduction Bioengineering is a diverse field that bridges several traditional engineering disciplines to medicine and biology. In competing for bioengineering-related jobs with peers from traditional engineering disciplines, the B.S.-level bioengineer should have particular knowledge and experience about making measurements from or analyzing physiological and biological systems. It is challenging to devise an undergraduate bioengineering curriculum that provides an appropriate broad coveragedoi:10.18260/1-2--5925 fatcat:zkwqungqozeiznxrxmss7jdaqy