The new Biosensory Network is trying to reinvent how students learn about the body by offering internships to students from a variety of backgrounds.
The company says its first of its kind, offering students internships in the field of biological understanding, using the same tools that have become increasingly important in the biosensory field.
The program, which launched on Monday, has so far trained about 100 students, most of whom are students at universities in the United States.
The students will learn how to use the latest in biomedicine to understand how the human body works and what the anatomy of the body tells us about its biology, said Natalie S. DeLaCruz, a graduate student at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and a co-founder of the company.
The student interns will also be asked to write and share research papers on topics like cell biology, neurobiology, and the molecular and cellular basis of disease.
The internships will last two months and will cover a broad range of topics, from cell biology to the neuroscience of the human brain, and will take place in Houston and other major metropolitan areas.
The new program has the potential to revolutionize how students study biosensors.
Biosenses are devices that record the biological state of the cell.
Biosensors are becoming more and more popular as biomedically accurate, but they can be expensive, difficult to use, and difficult to store.
This is why a number of companies are working on ways to make them easier to use and to store, such as smart home devices.
The biosensories, which can be attached to a user’s skin or wearables, provide information about the health of a user and the condition of their body.
They also measure how the user’s body reacts to certain drugs, as well as other substances.
“We’re trying to create an opportunity for students to learn more about biology and how it affects their daily life and to gain experience in an area that’s not typically taught in a science class,” said Jennifer T. Brown, the co-CEO of Biosense Networks.
Students in the new biosensure program will have access to biosensorship classes in their colleges and universities.
They will also have access the biosensor website where they can purchase devices like the Biocam BioScanner, a handheld device that captures and stores a person’s body composition.
The device costs about $60 and comes with a wireless internet connection.
The next step is to offer the biosensing training program to students in high schools.
The company is currently looking for applications for this internship.
The program is also offering a special offer to students who want to earn a certificate in biochemistry or physiology, a certificate that can be passed on to future jobs.
To learn more, go to the biosenses.org website.