Your next health check might come courtesy of this chic, discreet, 3D-printed 'living tattoo'.
One engineer is borrowing techniques from the microelectronics industry to put ultrasound machines in every household.
Doctors might soon be piecing together damaged tissues and organs thanks to this ‘tissue paper’.
One of Australia's top minds in biomedical engineering wants to change how we diagnose and treat diseases by going straight...
An innovative lab-on-a-chip could make diagnosing illnesses safe, reliable and cheap for areas that lack clinics and diagnostic equipment.
Biomedical engineers in the US have developed a technology capable of transforming adult cells into something more valuable than gold...
Protective clothing that stiffens on impact could prevent injuries in dangerous sports and occupations.
With precision tools, synthetic biology has enormous implications, offering hope against some of our major global challenges.
Australian engineers have come up with an innovative way to separate milk from its fats using ultrasonic waves.