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At Greenville Hospital System, Clemson students and faculty work side-by-side with surgeons to create novel devices and improve those already in use; in Tanzania, infants are the patients and nurses, doctors, and parents describe problems to student researchers. When summer comes, undergraduate researchers may choose to work in a bioengineering research lab in Tokyo or Singapore. On Clemson’s main campus and at Clemson University Biomedical Engineering Innovation Campus in Greenville, students work with state-of-the-art equipment. And at the CU-MUSC Program on the campus of the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, students have the advantage of being mentored by Clemson Faculty while working with physicians to solve problems of immediate concern.