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Society Spotlight: The Biomedical Engineering Society

By Allison Lea The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) is a rapidly growing society with over 6,500 members. As the lead society for biomedical engineering and bioengineering, BMES strives to promote and enhance knowledge and education in the field and its utilization for human health and well-being worldwide. The Society charters and supports more than 100… Read More »

New Survey Data Show U.S. Graduate School Enrollments in Biomedical Sciences Continue to Rise; Academic Job Growth Greatest in Non-Tenure Positions

By Howard Garrison The National Science Foundation recently released new data from two national surveys. Together, these surveys provide an updated perspective on changes in training and employment in science, engineering, and mathematics. The Survey of Graduate Students and Postdocs (GSS) is based on information collected from administrators at degree granting institutions and updated annually. Analysis of… Read More »