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Surgery of the Future is an interactive experience that highlights research technologies funded by NIBIB that improve surgical procedures.
Play the game, and learn how fingers can be regrown, paralyzed people can stand, and what an MRI image of your brain looks like.
Learn about the career journeys and impactful scientific contributions of NIBIB’s outstanding female grantees.
Learn how a PET scan works.
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In recognition of Engineers Week, February 17-23, explore scientific advances created by NIBIB-funded biomedical engineers. Feed your curiosity and think like an engineer.
Visually explore some of the latest bioengineering creations from NIBIB-funded research. From prosthetics to artificial kidneys, these technologies are changing lives now and in the future.
Get advice from our researchers on how to pursue a career in biomedical engineering
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