Welcome to the UK's leading Bioengineering department

Kedgley Lab

Caption: Vasiliki Vardakastani, Research Associate in the Biomechanics Lab

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Caption: Admiring the cortical and trabecular structure of bone

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Caption: Rehabilitation engineering student project demonstrated at project day


Caption: Mr Martin Holloway, academic tutor collects his best lecturer award at a Department celebration.


Caption: PhD student and Paralympic athlete Dave Henson with with running blades

Rio Tinto

Caption: As part of the Rio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge, our students developed a new type of handlebar which was road tested by Paralympic cyclist Jon-Allan Butterworth.


Caption: The Musculoskeletal Mechanics research team in action in the Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies (CBIS).

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Caption: Professor Anthony Bull and HRH Prince Harry at the official opening of the RBL Centre for Blast Injury Studies

Demonstration Day

Caption: Second year Engineering Design Project students showcasing their Smart Baby Buggy project at the Bioengineering Demonstration Day.

Prof Jimmy Moore

Caption: Professor James (Jimmy) Moore, The Bagrit & RAEng Chair in Medical Device Design. He researches fluid flow in the vascular and lymph systems of the human body


Caption: UROP project students with Dr Ian Radcliffe, Senior Teaching Fellow.


Caption: Arianna Rech an MRes student, working on her micro-fluidic device.

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Our research is highly interdisciplinary and involves extensive collaborations with departments from all faculties in the College and leading London hospitals, as well as international universities and research centres. There are seven themes:



We offer opportunities to study at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Find out more about the courses available in the Department:

Annual Bioengineering Lecture

2019 Annual Bioengineering Lecture

The Bioengineering Lecture (formerly 'Bagrit Lecture Series') is the foremost prestigious annual lecture hosted by the Department of Bioengineering.

This year's lecture will be given by Dutch physicist Professor Albert van den Berg, Professor of Miniaturised Sensor Systems at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. 

For more details, and to register to attend, visit: