What is a biological engineer?
Biological engineers advance medical treatments, biochemicals, crops and environmental systems using biology, physics, math and chemistry applied to nature’s factories: cells, biomolecules, tissues and organisms.
building biological functions not found in nature by synthesizing informational, chemical and physical parts and devices.
integrates engineering with biomedical sciences and clinical practice to improve human health.
a series of fluidic operations in which intact cells or their components (e.g., bacteria, enzymes, chloroplasts) are processed to obtain desired products.
strain and cultivar development, water and soil treatment and remediation, ecological interventions.