Cell Culture and Fermentation
Optimization Lab

BioE 321 BioFluid Mechanics

Introduces mechanics of biological fluids (e.g., blood, synovial fluid and physiological solutions) with an emphasis on the formation of biological problems within the context of (1) kinematics, (2) the concept of stress, (3) linear momentum balance, (4) constitutive relations and (5) boundary conditions.

Preq: CE 201 (Statics) and MTHSC 208 (Differential Equations)

Fluid Dynamics

BioE 440/640 Biotechnology for Bioengineers

Explores the principles necessary to use microorganisms, tissue culture, and enzymes in bioengineering applications, including molecular techniques, fermentation, process scale-up, purification processes, and FDA regulations. emphasizes production of biopharmaceuticals derived from recombinant systems, including uses in medical systems.

Preq: BioCH 305 (Essential Elements of Biochemistry) or consent of instructor.


BioE 415/415H/615 Research Principles and Concepts

Introduces seniors and graduate students to principles and practices of scientific research. topics include developing scientific concepts, developing projects, pursuing research, collaborating in multidisciplinary teams, patenting and publishing technical and scientific information, and reviewing professional and ethical standards of performance.

Research Prrinciples


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