Biomedical systems: using tech to improve our lives - ANU Virtual Open Week

Information session

ANU students and researchers are creating innovations like bionic eyes, prosthetic limbs, and breath sensors that can detect disease.

Biomedical Systems engineers explore how technology interacts with the human body. Join us for a session on how engineering has the potential to improve people’s lives.

This is a prerecorded session. If you have questions, please contact us or join one of our drop-in and academic advice sessions. 



  • Dr Kiara Bruggerman, ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science


Note: the event date and time listed are in AEST (local time in Canberra, Australia).


Plan your Virtual Open Week

Experience The Australian National University (ANU) during Virtual Open Week, from 22-28 August 2020. Discover how you can make a real impact with engineering, computing, and technology. Meet our students, academic conveners, and program advisers.

We'll present a full program of activities, so plan your week to ensure you don't miss out.

Learn more: ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science at Virtual Open Week

Date & time

3–4pm 23 Aug 2020


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