Bioengineering – or biomedical engineering – has come to prominence and has expanded rapidly in the past decade. The learning journeys in the STEM Central Bioengineering context focus on efforts to repair, assist or augment impaired body functions through the use of brain-computer interfacing, polymeric biomaterials and prosthetics.
Additional videos available to support learning and teaching around this context can be found on Glow Science. Why not try:
Muscles Part 2 – how skeletal muscles help control your body
Plastics & Polymers – discover how properties of plastics
can be determined.