What cities have large industries of Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology. I've heard to look at the East and West Coasts. Does anyone have any more specific information? Thanks
I do not know a lot about math theory, however I know that we (America) (I'm not sure if it's different for different parts of the world) use a base 10 number system. I also know that there have been other number systems invented. Can number systems other than base 10 be more beneficial for...
While this is certainly true (and certainly easier), I want to do it for the tinker factor and the knowledge. I would like to use this in a more complicated project later. Thanks a lot.
I have a small electronic toy that takes 4 regular triple a batteries. I would like to open it up and see how much current the batteries are supplying, and then I would like to hook up a battery that I don't have to throw away. I would like to hook up the device to the wall to recharge it. I...
I've noticed that I often wake about an hour or two before I should get up. When I awake, I often feel pretty energetic but I go back to sleep because of course, I have a couple more hours awaiting me. Then when I wake up the second time, I can feel "dead" or really tired. Does anyone know why...
I would like to create a small platform that connects to the parallel or usb port of a computer. I would like it to rotate it 360 degrees on an xy plane, and at least 180 degrees on a xz and xy plane. The platform would perhaps have a camera on it and I would like to control the movement of the...
My brother sleeps with one of his eyelids slightly open, allowing his eye to be exposed. It is really small (a sliver really). Has anyone heard about this? I'm also curious if it is harmful. On a sidenote, it's interesting to watch when he is in REM.
" A circular loop of wire 10 cm in diameter is placed with its normal making an angle of 30 degrees with the direction of a uniform 0.50T magnetic field. The loop is "wobbled" so that its normal rotates in a cone about the field direction at the constant rate of 100rev/min; the angle between the...
Well this is very interesting and I appreciate everyone's comments. I was just looking into it because I like to program and so I thought if I was programming games, that would be especially fun. I am majoring in Biomedical Engineering right now and several older students have told me that one...
I was curious if anyone here was a videogame programmer. If so, could you tell me what an average day is like? I was also curious what you would need degree wise to become a videogame programmer.
On a homework assignment where a device contains three pin connections, we are asked to find the shear stress on two of the pins ( single shear) and a third which is experiencing double shear. For the single shear, I just took the force being applied at the pin connection and divided it by the...
I have little experience with electronics so I was wondering if this idea was feasible. If so, I'll know that I'm on the right path; any suggestions are welcomed. I would like do a simple project for myself. It basically goes like this:
I want to take a remote control for a tv, and where the...
When contemplating on whether or not to take a year off from school, I like to think of myself as a product of momentum. For one, I know that if I stop school, it will be hard to get back into it. It does sound like you are burning out, but who wouldn't after a course load like yours. Perhaps...
I love mechanical pencils but a good point was made in a book titled " Up Your Score: The Underground Guide to the SAT", that regular pencils have blunt tips that will require less time to fill in a scantron bubble. Perhaps true? Just thought I would throw that out and let your know that you're...
Well you have listed your reasons for being weary of entering a graduate program. I'm curious, what are your reasons for considering going the phd route?
Perhaps talk to your RA. From the sounds of it he allows this stuff. If not, he could help you out. The year is going to be long and hellish if you do not put your foot down. You think it's bad now? Imagine a year of it. And the longer you allow it to happen, the harder it will be to address...
1. Do not be afraid to approach your proffesor after class if you are not clear of their expectations, or be afraid to use whatever resources available to get additional help. There is no shame in seeking help if you have trouble understanding a topic.
2. Get disposable plates/ eating...
I think the only university I hear of constantly is Cambridge. This is sad since I am sure there must be other good schools in Europe. Oh well :rolleyes:
What about SLU? (Saint Louis Universtiy) That's right by you and will more likely give you more financial aid ( from personal experience and friends) than Loyola and I think they may even be cheaper ( have to check that.) Plus they're Jesuit ( said you loved the Jesuit school). Would you by...
I only took one AP class while in high school and I would say the biggest benefit of it was the exposure to the material. I HATED chemistry but knew that I was going to have to take several courses in chemistry. Therefore I decided to take an AP class on it so I could build up my knowledge on my...
I took physics one this summer and I am finishing Calc 2 as we speak. The schedule is challenging since so much material must be covered in a much shorter time frame as explained by Eratosthenes. I would advise that you read ahead. I believe it was my Biology professor that told me on average a...
Alright I think I got the solution. Is this right?
\int_{0}^{2} \sqrt{\frac{4}{4-x^2}}
\int_{0}^{2} \frac{\sqrt{4}}{\sqrt{4-x^2}}
2\int_{0}^{2} \frac{1}{\sqrt{4-x^2}}
then using an integral table...
2\arcsin{\frac{x}{2}} |_{0}^{2}
2\arcsin{1}
Does that look right?
This is my last homework problem and I feel that I almost have it solved. The problem is as followed:
f(x) = \sqrt{4-x^2}
Find the arc length of the given function from x=0 to x=2.
I know that I am supposed to use this formula to solve for arclength:
\int_{0}^{2} \sqrt{1 +...
Oh you are right that is a silly mistake on my part. I am a little confused and don't understand what you are writing (I'm not as advanced hehe) but after revision I get :
-\omega^2\cos(\omega t) + 9\cos(\omega t) = 0
\cos(\omega t)(-\omega^2 + 9) = 0
So my solutions are still...
Thank you for pointing out my mistake. I am a little confused by your answer because we haven't talked about "homogenous equations", or had any solutions with imaginary numbers (3i). However would this be right...
y = \cos(\omega t)
\frac{dy}{dt} = -\omega\sin(\omega t)...
I am having trouble with the following problem:
Find the value(s) of [tex] \omega [\tex] for which [tex] y = \cos(\omega * t) [\tex] satisfies
[tex]\frac{d^2*y}{d*t^2} + 9y = 0[\tex]
I am trying to use latex but it doesn't seem to be working when I do "preview post" so I will rewrite...
I would also agree that if you plan to go to grad school for biomedical engineering, you should major in it as well. It will make you more familiar with the field that you are going into. If you still want to do physics, perhaps minoring in that?
Well that is awesome. I never would have imagined that's what they are used for. I'm glad that someone who works there was able to give me it "straight from the horse's mouth". hehe. Thanks
Every year when I was a young child my aunt would take my siblings and I to Chuckee Cheese. Earlier today I was reminiscing about the great times when I remembered that everyone would receive a small and invisible stamp upon entering the restaurant. Since they did not charge an admission fee...
I wonder if expression of our genetics has anything to do with how our fingerprints form. Perhaps then fingerprints are unique. Otherwise it does seem like two individuals having the same fingerprint is just "improbable" not "impossible".
I would personally stay the extra year, get the double degree and experience. Imagine that you were an employer with the choice of hiring one over the other, which one would you pick? If anyone has any data to suggest otherwise, that would be interesting. However common sense seems to be the...
.ryan touched upon this idea earlier;
It's more important about what you make of college then where you go. "Students make the college experience more than the reverse"* Start to bring up your GPA to the highest you can acchieve, and prepare well for the GRE. Getting too many A's will not...
This topic originally caught my attention and after reading cronxeh's plans for improving his mental performance, I thought whynot keep the topic of "brain boosting" going. I myself know little about the subject. I only heard of people abusing drugs such as adderall. However after looking up...
http://www.csicop.org/si/9903/ten-percent-myth.html
and something a little more... for the kid in you
http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/tenper.html
I understand how you feel because I used to be the same way. Here are some suggestions that I found helpful for myself:
1. Stop telling myself that I am of the type to get nervous on tests. It plays to the idea of not defeating yourself before you start. Try to go into a test confident of...
I've recently drawn up several machines that handle food. However I wanted to know if there are any materials that I should stay away from, for handling food. To clarify, I would like to go to a harware store to pick up supplies, but is it ok to run liquids or store food in pvc for example...
I am having trouble solving this integral:
\frac{\1}{(4-z^2)^(3/2)}
I know that x = asin(theta)
theta = arcsin (x/a)
d(theta) = 1 / sqrt(4-z^2) dz
but then I get stuck. Could someone give me a hand?
ps there should be a number 1 on top of the...
There have been several theories submitted as to how life on Earth began. For example, Stanley Miller in 1953 developed a simple experiment to prove how life may come into existence. Assuming that this process had happened after reduced molecules existed in Earth's atmosphere, Miller set up a...
It's great to see someone else interested in BME! Welcome! I don't attend Madison, but my girlfriend does so I have visited it several times. I love the campus and I find it wonderful! It's great because it has a ton of places to go to such as restaurants, coffee shops ( like mentioned before)...