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The Role of Engineering in Health Science and Technology

Wisconsin has been a leader both in cutting-edge health care and engineering technology. With one of the nations leading research universities in UW-Madison, and leading-edge medical equipment companies like GE Medical Systems, the state is poised to lead again as the two fields merge more than ever.

Although science and engineering have long contributed to health care by providing tec......

Full article >>> r of transistors per unit area, and associated increase in transistor-switching speed, in integrated circuits provides the computing power to enable real-time three-dimensional CAT (computer-aided tomography) scans to check for diseased or abnormal organs. A similar exponential growth in communication bandwidth provides the capacity to allow the massive data files obtained from todays state-of-th......

Full article >>> ted diagnostics delivered directly to problem areas inside the body. Electrical engineers are working to develop techniques to detect breast cancer that are many more times effective than current mammogram technology.

Not only are the boundaries between the physical sciences and engineering disappearing; the boundaries between the biological and medical sciences and engineering are also d......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Paul S. Peercy, UW-Madison Dean of Engineering 10/30/03


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