About Bioengineering Today
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The mission of Bioengineering Today is to cover modern, cutting-edge biomedical discoveries with an eye toward illuminating paths to that brighter future. Aimed at professional and enthusiastic general audiences, this web magazine offers news and information related to basic biomedical research, new devices, new imaging technologies, engineering and disease detection, prevention and treatment.
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