I think this “title” will be the most familiar thing to you, if not you then it is for me. This is the most common question for which a fresher is seeking answers. The thing is that this question is everywhere but answer is no where. So I thought I should address this issue in the form of a post so that everybody can benefit from it.
Actually the thing is that we are facing joblessness after B.E, it is not because we dont know anything or we aren’t well qualified, the reason is we are lazy as well as unaware or immature about ” What we want from our life?” It might sound Philosophical and offensive but it is cent percent true.
Project Title: DEVELOPMENT OF DENSE AND POROUS TITANIUM COMPONENTS VIA POWDER METALLURGY ROUTE FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS (TBA)
Reference Number: IIT/SRIC/R/TBA/2012/63
Temporary Position(s): Junior Research Fellow
Number of vacancies: 2
Consolidated Compensation: Upto Rs.16,000/-p.m. ( depending upon qualification & experience)
Coordinator / PI: Dr. Santanu Dhara, SMST
Qualifications & Experience: JRF: Candidates having M.Sc./BE/B.Tech. or equivalent degree with at least 60% marks and valid GATE/NET The qualifications and experience prescribed are the minimum and mere possession of the same does not entitle a candidate to be called for the interview.
This is a preview of Biomaterials JRF Job for Biomedical Engineers at IITKGP. Read the full post (180 words, 3 images, estimated 43 secs reading time)
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) conducts PhD Programmes in Materials Science & Engg
Eligibility: The School of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) is looking for graduate students in the following research areas: Biomaterials and Biomedical Devices,Computational Materials Science, Defence Materials,Materials for Sustainable Energy and Charge Storage, Nanoelectronics, Nanomaterials and Multiferroics, Organic electronics At MSE, we draw upon our world-class faculty, state-of-the art facilities and extensive research expertise to inspire our students to excel in their research area.
Last Date: 29th February 2012
This is a preview of PhD Opportunities in Biomaterials in NTU, Singapore. Read the full post (159 words, 2 images, estimated 38 secs reading time)
- What is tissue engineering?
- Basics of tissue engineering
- Role of the engineer
Tissue Engineering is “an interdisciplinary field that incorporates and applies the principles of engineering and life sciences toward the development of biological substitutes that restore, maintain, or improve tissue organ or function” (R. Langer, Science,
It can also be explained as “the development and manipulation of laboratory grown molecules, cells, tissues, or organs to replace or support the function of defective or injured body parts” (Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative)
Why Tissue Engineering?
Why we needed Tissue Engineering, Why other Fields were not Good enough?
This is a preview of Introduction to Tissue Engineering For UnderGraduates. Read the full post (1966 words, 4 images, estimated 7:52 mins reading time)