Biomedical Technology is a new fundamental course offered to introduce medical terms, legal and ethical dilemmas in research and medicine, career opportunities, including exploring different biomedical fields.
Biomedical Technology is the science of using the Earth's resources or our waste by-products to make new products for future use. An example is penicillin made from mold.
Biomed also involves DNA studies, STEM research, tissue growth, studying crops to ensure we have adequate food supplies, or studying agriculture.
North Carolina is the largest research and development of Biomedical Technology (Winston Salem and Research Triangle Park). Careers within Biomedical Technology is one of the fastest growing career fields.
See NCABR.org for more information, or feel free to contact me!!