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Best Biomedical Technologies of 2015

As we look back on the medtech developments of 2015 there’s definitely a sense that we’re living through revolutionary times. Nearly every day exciting and fascinating technologies are being unveiled by small and large companies, universities, and even tiny independent groups. Empowered by high-powered computers, 3D printers, and other technologies, researchers, scientists, and engineers are coming up with novel solutions to age-old medical problems. Everything from treating gunshot wounds to how fetuses inside the womb are monitored is going through change thanks to technologies developed by thousands of independent minds around the world.

PhD Position in BioMechatronics

PhD position (Robot Simulator & Robot Control)

-Development of a robot simulator using OpenGL & OpenInventor

-Robot controller developments with MRI based Nanorobots navigation

-If possible, a candidate can start as research assistant during 2012.09-2013.02 and continue as a PhD candidate.

-Annual stipend ranges from US $12,000 (?1000 for 1$) to $20,000 depending on the applicant’s experience and capability.

-Full scholarship will be supported for PhD study in GNU

  • ·Please feel free to contact Prof. Jungwon Yoon for further questions. We are looking forward to your application.


Jungwon Yoon, Ph.D.

Research Fellowship for Masters in Biomedical Engineering in Australia

The Lympheodema Support Group, Wollongong announce MSc (Research) Scholarship in the field of Exercise Science, Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Robotics, Physics or a related discipline, Australia

Study Subject(s):Exercise Science, Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Robotics, Physics or a related discipline
Course Level:MSc
Scholarship Provider: The Lympheodema Support Group, Wollongong.
Scholarship can be taken at: Australia


With telepresence robots serving as stand-ins, there’s no reason for sick kids to miss school. Some children may prefer to skip class, of course, but for those with serious immune system disorders, telepresence ‘bots are a lifeline to the outside world.For the past three weeks, a new telepresence robot has allowed Knox City, Texas, high school freshman Lyndon Baty to interact with classmates, attend lectures and feel like a regular student. He suffers from polycystic kidney disease and had a kidney transplant at age 7. He attended school until last year, but when he started showing signs of transplant rejection, he was forced to stay home because of his suppressed immune system. He wears a surgical mask and must avoid almost all social interactions just to stay healthy.

In December, school district officials heard about the Vgo telepresence robot, a new platform released last year,

Do your PhD in Biomechanics/Biorobotics From Germany.

A PhD scholarship in Biomechanics/Biorobotics has been announced under the EU-FP7 program at Bielefeld University, Germany.

In the EU-funded FP7-Project EMICAB (Embodied Motion Intelligence for Cognitive, Autonomous Robots), the University of Bielefeld (Germany) invites applications for a part-time position as research assistant (PhD student) for the duration of three years. The positions are remunerated 50% of E13 (according to TV-L West, German public service). The salary scale typically ranges between 19200 and 22400 Eur p.a., depending on work experience.