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Algorithms Developed to detect Polyps in Camera Pills Images

Analysing the footage from camera pills is a time-consuming task for medical professionals. Now computer scientists are attempting to automate the process

Colorectal cancer kills some 500,000 people every year. It is the second most common form of cancer in women and the third most common in men.

Some 80 per cent of these cancers start as colorectal polyps, which are relatively easy to spot and remove. But conventional colonoscopies are time-consuming, invasive and expensive, so various groups are looking for better ways to do the job.



PSG College of Technology was established in the year 1951 and has been in the forefront of innovations in technical education. As a premier technical educational institution in India, PSG College of Technology is equipped with latest facilities and excellent infrastructures. The institution provides world class engineering education, foster research and development, and evolves innovative applications of technology.
Biomedical Engineering Department offers an under-graduate programme in Biomedical Engineering which was started in the year 2006 and a post graduate programme in Nanotechnology in the year 2010.
The objectives of the Department are, to enable the students to acquire integrated experience in the design and development of Biomedical Equipments and Biomedical Signal/Image Processing, and to offer short term courses on specific topics of interest in the areas of Biomedical Engineering to Engineers and to pay adequate attention to the Indian Conditions, needs and resources of urban and rural areas while
training the students.

GE Healthcare India Expands R&D team in India

GE Healthcare is planning to increase its workforce by about 10% in India by the end of this year, as it looks to strengthen in-country research. According to Press Trust of India, Terri Bresenham, President and CEO, GE Healthcare South Asia, revealed these plans at the recent launch of its flagship electronic remote monitoring programme, CritiNext, at Delhi. She said that they will be adding 400 personnel to their current strength of 4000 employees in India by the end of this year.

Biomedical Engineer Job in Gangtok

Job Description

i. Maintanance and repair of all types of hospital equipments and instruments.

ii. Any time to attend the breakdown call.

iii.To do preventive maintanace quarterly.

iv. Have to install the new equipments and demonstrate to the customers.

Salary:Not Disclosed by Recruiter


Functional Area:Production, Maintenance, Quality

Role Category:Production/ Manufacturing/ Maintenance

Role:Service/ Maintenance Engineer

Keyskills:Bio – Medical Service Engineering, service engineer, bio medical equipment, maintenance, after sales service, repair

Desired Candidate Profile
Education:(UG – B.Tech/B.E. – Biomedical, Electronics/Telecomunication) OR (PG – M.Tech – Biomedical, Electronics/Telecomunication)

Please refer to the Job description above

High pay Biomedical Trainee Service Engineer Job in MNC

Job Reference : JC/17096/2012
Position Type : Permanent
Market Sector : Manufacturing & Production
Start Date : 16 March 2012
End Date : 26 March 2012
Location : Delhi, Delhi
Salary : Rs300,000 – Rs400,000 per year
Contact : Anshul.s, Ma Foi Randstad, India


The Key responsibilities of service engineer are as under:

50 years as a Biomedical Engineer: Max E Valentinuzzi

Looking back at one point of life appears as a nice exercise to round out and summarize. However, the objective should not be simply to tell a story; it must transmit a message to the young. To start with, two concepts are useful: ” Respect for others begins when you learn to laugh at yourself ” and, taken from an old saying, “I did not want to be poor … but money wouldn’t make me rich”. After elementary and high schools, during times of turmoil, I describe my engineering school years at the University of Buenos Aires and a working experience in an international telecommunications company. Significant events taught me a concept, rooted in another motto: “Isn’t this house nice? It is my house, and I love it very much”. In 1960, I began my activities in the USA. A couple of bad decisions resulted in significant events for me teaching me an important truth: “Beware of golden promises; time is the most precious asset”. Finally, in 1972, settled down in Tucuman until retirement in 2001, a long period of productive activity came about, not without difficulties and also stained by a dark political interval. Crises seem to characterize our generations in Argentina. Non-the-less, there were some real accomplishments: An undergraduate program in BME and a National BME Society (SABI) plus an archive of specialized published material. After spending time following retirement in Peru and Italy, my current activity came as unexpected dessert at the University of Buenos Aires, with a small research group, so offering me the opportunity of transmitting what I still have available.