Biomedical Engineering - Human Body: Structure, Strength & Steel


Biomedical engineering, a new emerging field of engineering, deals with the application of engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology for healthcare purposes. Closing the gap between engineering and life sciences, this is an exciting intersection of two classic industries: health and mechanical engineering. In this program, participants will explore the muscular system of the human body. While learning about muscle function and muscle types, participants will build a model arm utilizing the Engineering Design Process.…

NextGen Science Motion & Stability, Forces & Interactions, Energy, Life Sciences, Engineering Design, 4C Skills. Other Engineering

Usage: Afterschool Camp Or Classes

Prerequisites: Mechanical Engineering - Motion Commotion
Motion Commotion II
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