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ENGS 35 - Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering

Description

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 20 students.
Includes Lab

Prerequisites

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

Distribution Code

TLA

Offered

Term
Time
Location / Method
Instructor(s)
Term: Fall 2023
Time: BL
Location:
Instructors:

Tillman U. Gerngross


Term: Fall 2022
Time: BL
Location:
Instructors:

Tillman U. Gerngross


Term: Winter 2021
Time: J
Location:

Remote with synchronous components

Instructors:

Tillman U. Gerngross


Term: Winter 2021
Time: J
Location:

Required on-campus components

Instructors:

Tillman U. Gerngross


Term: Fall 2021
Time: 10A
Location:

MacLean 201

Instructors:

Tillman U. Gerngross