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The weather might not have been the best, but our BMES BBQ was still a huge success! Make sure to stop by our next one in the fall of 2014.
Come meet other BMEs at the BMES BBQ from 4-6pm tomorrow. It will be at Fletcher Field!
Tufts BMES got to test out a developing medical device! This device, currently under development by EyeNetra, is a vision diagnostic tool that seeks for vision diagnostics to reach more people throughout the world. Here are some pictures from our event:
Come listen to guest speaker Jayanth Shivaprakash talk about how his entrepreneurial journey helped him end up with an MIT startup known as EyeNetra! The event will be held on 2/19/14 from 12pm-1pm in Anderson 212. EyeNetra is developing a product that is trying to revolutionize vision diagnostics. For more information, check out their website at: eyenetra.com
Mr. Shivaprakash and the EyeNetra team will be conducting user testing on people who attend to listen to him speak. Pizza will be served!
Check out our event on facebook:
and the flyer:
On 2/7/14, the BME majors of Tufts University shared a meal at Oasis. Special thanks to the BME department for giving us the opportunity to get to know other students in the department! Look out for another BME dinner soon.
While combatting the freezing weather with some hot chocolate, BMES was able to have a successful cannon painting! Thank to all for coming, and we hope you all enjoyed it. Even though it’s been painted over by now, here’s what it looked like:
The Annual De-Stress with BMES was a huge success! Thanks to all for coming, and we look forward to holding more events like this down the line :)
With all the stress of final exams creeping up, it’s always important to find some time to relax and de-stress. Come have pancakes and smoothies with BMES while meeting other people with an interest in biomedical engineering! Time and location will follow soon.
Hope to see you there :)
On 11/14/13, Tufts BMES was lucky enough to go on a company tour to see MC10. Located in the neighboring city of Cambridge, MA, MC10 develops a variety of electronics for medical applications. To learn more, check out their website at: http://www.mc10inc.com/
Some of the technology that MC10 develops includes implantable electronics and catheters with sensors.
Special thanks to Ms. Yamaguchi for organizing such a wonderful tour, and to Ms. Webster for the photos!