In Pictures: Silver Award for Burova at STEM for Britain
There was a strong showing of UCL researchers in the engineering category at this year's STEM for Britain exhibition.Read more
The Biomechanical Engineering group specialises in applying the principles of mechanical engineering and materials science to the study of biomedical systems. The research of this thriving community includes work in the following areas:
The group benefits from:
The group has strong and reciprocal links with the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering, and UCL Institute of Making.
Congratulations to all UCL Mechanical Engineering academics whose promotions became effective this week.Read more
Cell Biomechanics: Mechanical cues can trigger biochemical signals which can alter cell behaviour. Understanding these phenomena is a central challenge of the 21st-century cell biomechanics research which can play a crucial role in developing future therapies.Read more