ENGS 35: Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering

Offered

14F: 9L, Lab
Gerngross

Textbooks  
No textbook required

15F: 9L, Lab
Gerngross

Prerequisites

MATH 3, CHEM 3 or CHEM 5, BIOL 12 or BIOL 13, or permission

Dist

TLA

A consideration of the engineering and scientific basis for using cells or their components in engineered systems. Central topics addressed include kinetics and reactor design for enzyme and cellular systems; fundamentals, techniques, and applications of recombinant DNA technology; and bioseparations. Additional lectures will provide an introduction to metabolic modeling as well as special topics. The course is designed to be accessible to students with both engineering and life-science backgrounds. This course has a graduate section, ENGS 160. Enrollment is limited to 25 students.