The Big Questions of Biomedical Engineering | Sofia Mehmood | TEDxYouth@PWHS

Sofia discusses three big, unanswered topics in the field of bio engineering – questions that current STEM majors will be answering in their studies. Topics include stem cell research, cancer stem cells, and synthetic biology.
This talk discusses three big, unanswered topics in the field of bioengineering – questions that current STEM majors will be answering in their studies. Topics include stem cell research, cancer stem cells, and synthetic biology. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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  1. I don't know if I should follow biomedical engineering or biomedical sciences, which one will have the most impact on human health and longevity?

    biomedical enginering is going to be more promising and more entrepreneurial opportunities in the future, right?

    biomedical engineering is the most suitable for medical nanorobos (that will help us, being within our bloodstream) and machine-person interface/ upload the mind to a computer?

    which one will have the most impact on cryonics, to conserve humans to resurrect later?

    in short: will human health and longevity be closer to science or technology?

  2. Someone please reply

    I am a chemistry graduate and now I am planning to do biomedical engineering as my masters and I got into a prestigious university. Is it going to be too hard for me since I am not from an engineering background and is there good job opportunities for BME out there?

  3. Hello sofia M. Iam really feeling happy to watch your Biomedical Engineering research. My questions are. From where you belong? How did you chosen that area of research? Is this your masters work or pHd? Iam a fresh graduate from liaquat University of medical health and science Pakistan. What should i do? I have worked on bio materials. Thanks 🙂

  4. here I am, lying in bed and asking myself if I should study today or tomorrow for my anatomy exam. thanks to this woman, I‘m going to study immediately! thank you

  5. Awesome! I've been a Respiratory Therapist for almost 10 years and am looking to become a BME and work for NASA one day!

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