I think back nostalgically to the days before large scale integrated circuits and transistors when all electronic devices were analog and used vacuum tubes. Read more
Engineers have a responsibility to understand the environment and conditions in which their devices are used to assure that they will operate safely in those circumstances. Engineers are als... Read more
One of the chronic problems we all seem to have is finding ways for our customers to give us more information when they send devices to us for repair. Too often, devices come in with little... Read more
One of the things I have noticed in my career is that sometimes the wrong people get promoted into department management. Read more
Recently, there has been discussion on MedWrench and LinkedIn about what advice you would give to a BMET who wants to pursue a career as a manager. If I was faced with this, the first thing... Read more
Thought experiments are used by physicists and philosophers to help clarify or explore their thinking on a variety of problems. Read more
I wondered why somebody didn’t do something. Then I realized, I am somebody. ~Author Unknown I never met Joel Nobel, but I certainly knew of him and the incredible organization that he... Read more
One of our more rewarding programs at Miami Children’s Hospital involved working with biomedical engineering students at the University of Miami. We did not offer them a conventional interns... Read more
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics has identified biomedical technicians as one of the fastest growing occupations in the next decade. Read more
I recently finished reading a book about the Wright brothers and the early days of aircraft development. Read more
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