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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......

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


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