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  1. Top Universities in Biomedical Engineering - The Student ...
    Top Universities in Biomedical Engineering discussion on The Student Room's Physics and Chemistry forum
    http://www.thestuden...ad.php?t=686112

  2. Esophageal Research - Manchester Royal Infirmary
    Latest work and publications.
    http://www.biomedical.demon.co.uk/

  3. MedicalEngineer
    Resources for Medical Engineers including jobs boards, discussion forums, and online calculation tools. Features the open definitions discussion project.
    http://medicalengineer.co.uk/

  4. Biocompatibles
    International bio-materials group focused on the development and commercial exploitation of its biocompatible phosphorylcholine for use in cardiovascular and urology applications.
    http://www.biocompatibles.co.uk/

  5. Tissue Engineering
    Non-commercial resources combining recent news, publications, and general information.
    http://tissue.medicalengineer.co.uk/

  6. Medical Engineer
    Resources for Medical Engineering including jobs boards, discussion forums, and online calculation tools. Features the open definitions discussion project.
    http://www.medicalengineer.co.uk/

  7. Restricted access reports on Advanced Polymers for Medica...
    Subscription access to compilations of patent applications and clinical trial information combined with commercial, regulatory, and manufacturing issues.
    http://www.smi-online.co.uk/836.asp?

  8. Implanted Devices Group - University College London
    Implantable and surface systems for restoring function to paralyzed muscles with Functional Electrical Stimulation.
    http://www.medphys.u...jnorton/idg.htm