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Biomedical engineering involves a synergistic combination
of the techniques and practices of a number of disciplines
(including mathematics, statistics, biology, chemistry,
physics, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering,
electrical engineering, and computer science), brought
together and focused toward the goal of creating more
effective tools, applications, and treatments in areas such
as regenerative medicine, tissue engineering, medical
instrumentation and devices, patient aids, and robustly
engineered medical practices.
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