Biomedical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering at Yale has two related goals: first, the use of the tools and methods of engineering to better understand human physiology and disease; second, the development of new technologies for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of human disease.

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Electrical Engineering is the largest and most diverse technological field in the world. Electrical engineers successfully pursue careers not only in practice and applied scientific research, but also in a wide range of non-technical areas such as corporate management, finance, and commerce.

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Chemical & Environmental
Engineering

Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science

We are a vibrant community of scholars where chemical engineering guided by sustainability, and environmental engineering with a molecular focus, come together. Our faculty lead research efforts in nanomaterials, soft matter / complex fluids, interfacial phenomena, biomolecular engineering, energy, water, and sustainability.

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Mechanical engineering is among the most diversified of the traditional engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers design and build machines and devices that enable humans to live and work in space, in the air, on the ground, and under water. Their machines can extend our physical capabilities and improve our health and standard of living.

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