Bioelectronic technology exists at the interface between electronics engineering and the life sciences, and is leading the way in how we understand, diagnose and manage human health. Understanding of bioelectronics is important for the study of biomolecules, cells and organisms, particularly their electronic/ionic properties and behaviour. The application of this knowledge in the creation of biosensors is currently driving a revolution in biomedicine through the development of advanced diagnostic techniques, which can be used at the point of care. In this MSc you will learn about the development of microsystems to enable biomedical intervention at the cellular and molecular scale.
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