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Research Guides@Tufts

Biomedical Engineering

Resources for biomedical engineering, including optics, photonics, and medical devices.,

Tips for getting started

Use JumboSearch to find out what kinds of sources are immediately available to you at Tufts. JumboSearch includes results from our library catalog (books, multimedia resources, etc.) as well as journal articles.

It's also legitimate and acceptable to start by searching the open web: Google Scholar and Wikipedia can be great starting points! Researchers' lab websites, social media accounts, or public press releases can help you figure out how this topic is being presented to a general audience.

Use databases to find articles and other forms of published research

Use repositories to find biological data sets