Students gain practical and transferable skills through project work throughout our programmes. Due to the breadth of bioengineering, projects are in many different areas from sports innovation to synthetic biology. We also work closely with industry, sports, community and end-users to inform the topics of our projects.
If you are interested in finding out more about the breath of bioengineering research in the Department please go to our research or research impact pages.
Below are a sample of some of the student projects from recent years.
Sports innovation challenge
- 'Bruise suit' devised for athletes with impairments
- New technologies for the Paralympians of the future
- Rio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge
- Rio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge 2
- Rio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge - Project Bruise
- Sports Innovation Challenge (various)
- The Glove and Brain sled
- Mechanomyography (MMG) controlled knee prosthesis
- Stent Tek - Kidney dialysis without invasive surgery
- Enabled - The Rio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge Story
- A Bike to All-terrain Wheelchair Transformation for Developing Countries