Biomedical Research & Diagnostics

biotech and diagnostics medical product development from Boston Engineering

Boston Engineering solves complex product development and engineering challenges for biotherapeutics, diagnostics, and medical devices organizations. Our multidisciplinary teams combine innovative thinking with the technical and regulatory experience to drive product success. Boston Engineering applies its phase-gate development process to:

  • Mitigate risk
  • Optimize for manufacturability and service
  • Comply with stringent regulatory requirements
  • Accelerate time to market

The Boston Engineering Advantage

Boston Engineering develops novel technology for commercialization that improves how people work and live. Examples:


  • Conduct DNA-level genome editing
  • Generate samples 20 nanometers thin – the equivalent to slicing the width of a human hair into 4,000 sections

Automation and Performance:

  • Cut testing cycles from months to days, or days to hours
  • Automate and control manual research processes that are slow and costly
  • Enable sophisticated sequencing, timing, and prioritization
  • Run experiments 24/7 for weeks
  • Maintain precise temperature, environmental requirements


  • Laboratory and point-of-care applications
  • Disposable cartridge development:  design through commercialization and support

Biomedical Engineering:

  • Design for manufacturing and DFx
  • Integrate novel technology with commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) products to accelerate development, reduce costs
  • Micro fluidics:  dispense, handle, and transfer
  • Thermal management and control
  • Kinematics modeling (control systems)
  • Software and GUI development

Connected Capabilities:



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