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Biological engineering (a. k. a. biosystems engineering, bioengineering) is any type of engineering--for example, mechanical engineering--applied to living things.


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Biological engineering has significant overlap with food process engineering, agricultural engineering and biomedical engineering.


External links

  • The Institute of Biological Engineering (http://www.ibeweb.org/)
  • About biological engineering at MIT (http://web.mit.edu/be/index.htm)

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DEPARTMENT OF BIOSYSTEMS & AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING, MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY - BIOSYSTEM ENGINEERING PROGRAM (5242 words)
Biosystems engineers apply the basic sciences, mathematics, engineering sciences, and technology to design sustainable solutions to problems with a critical biological component.
Admission to the master's degree program in Biosystems Engineering with regular status may be granted by the department, subject to the availability of resources and the approval of the dean, upon consideration of the likelihood that the applicant will be able to complete a master's degree program successfully.
Biosystems Engineering 490 and 890 may not be used to satisfy collateral course requirements.
Taylor Named Biosystems Engineering Department Head (302 words)
A registered professional engineer, he is a member of and serves as a leader in a number of professional organizations.
The Department of Biosystems Engineering is in the College of Agriculture, but undergraduate students in the program are enrolled in the College of Engineering.
Biosystems engineering is a profession that applies engineering expertise to solving problems in agricultural, food, forest and natural resource systems.
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