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3 Major Mistakes that You Should Not Have on your CV

Crafting an outstanding CV is an art because a good CV will take you to your next dream…job (if you follow our tips on this blog). This might not be your first graduate job since you have been working in the industry for a number of years. However, it […]

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No More Heart Attack, Thanks to this Innovative Medical Devices

Medical Devices and Diagnostics industry bring cutting edge innovation to help improve the health of the society. At Medical Engineers, we want you to be inspired with what you can do with your job in this industry. We think you will be interested to know what SensiVet; […]

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5 Things You Need to Prepare for Skype Interview

Medical Engineers might have some useful tips for you to prepare for your Skype interview

So, our consultant at Medical Engineers rang you on your mobile to give the first interview schedule with the company via Skype. Congrats! Do not get too excited since this might be your first Skype interview (ever! or not, but that’s okay since you might find some […]

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5 Highest Paid Engineers Jobs in Medical Technology Industry

If you are currently looking for jobs or interested to find out more about opportunities to work in medical devices industries, then check out our website http://www.medicalengineers.co.uk. Also, follow our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn for daily updates on jobs and news in medical engineers industry. In this article, Medical Engineers ranked the […]

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Biosensors Contact Lenses: The Future of Health Diagnostics

Integrating biosensors to contact lenses might seems impossible but not for the research team at Oregon State University. The integration may help us to track pharmacokinetics and non-invasive glucose testing. We may be familiar with the traditional technique of glucose testing by injecting a small needle into […]

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This Mirror Might Change Your Life Forever

EU researchers are currently developing a prototype device called Wize Mirror to monitor heart rate, body temperature, and skin tone. The main objective of the research is to help users monitor their day-to-day activities and help to spot signs of cardio-metabolic diseases. Source: Semeoticons.eu   The device will […]

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Can you help to keep medical device graduates in our industry?

Earlier this year I had a conversation with a head lecturer at one of the UK’s leading Universities. I was amazed to hear him speak about how half the graduates studying degrees with pathways into the Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry ended up working in other industries […]

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Medical Engineers work closely with academia

Medical Engineers work closely with academia, visiting the top 20 universities that offer degrees that specifically benefit our industry. We help students understand how to market themselves to potential employers and move into the commercial world. During our visit we cover: Where to find unadvertised jobs This […]

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