Biomedical Engineering

A centre of excellence

As Biomedical Engineering's Wolfson Building refurbishment comes to an end, take a trip through the building where new facilities designed to enhance the experience of our students and new laboratories focussed on further enhancing our world leading research can be seen.

We look forward to returning to the refurbished Wolfson Building in the spring of 2020. 

Come and join us!

Engineering solutions to global healthcare challenges.

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Shaking and Reversing

Prof Stuart Reid and Dr Sylvie Coupaud to test pioneering 'nanokicking' technology to reverse osteoporosis.

Enabling, Inspiring, Broadcasting

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Wolfson Centre redevelopment

The Wolfson Centre is home to Strathclyde's Department of Biomedical Engineering. Believed to be the first dedicated biomedical engineering building in the world, the £15.5m refurbishment transforms facilities for biomedical engineers.