Texas Engineering World Health
Creating innovative low-cost medical devices for the developing world.
Teaching essential biomedical engineering skills through projects
One of our goals is to provide the next generation of biomedical engineers and researchers the technical skillset to design medical devices. Our hope is that our members can use what they learn here for their own future biomedical endeavours. Over the course of their projects, our members learn device fabrication, wet lab techniques, computer programming, machine learning, and more!
Creating medical devices for the developing world
Texas Engineering World Health aims to bring awareness and possible solutions to healthcare inequalities in low income areas around the developing world. Each year we challenge our members to design and manufacture devices that can improve the healthcare gap found in the developing world.
Promoting K-12 engineering education
We believe that educating a diverse generation of future engineers is essential. Each year TEWH along with other UT Austin engineering club organize events to foster high school and middle school student's interest in engineering and teach them core engineering skills.