biological science applied to the study the relation between workers and their environments.
the application of engineeering principles to solve problems in medicine, such as the design of artificial limbs or organs; -- called also biomedical engineering.
the branch of engineering dealing with the application of biological processes to the solution of practical problems, such as the manufacture of products by fermentation, the production and use of enzymes for various purposes, the use of microorganisms in environmental cleanup, etc.; -- called also biotechnology.
Use of engineering principles to solve biomedical problems, such as creating chemicals or drugs that do not naturally occur. Also known as ‘genetic engineering.'
manipulation of genetic material to produce different strains (e.g. crops/food).
Creation of new organisms with specific attributes through the insertion of the appropriate genetic material into the original organisms genome.
See genetic engineering.
Another term for genetic engineering.
the branch of engineering science in which biological science is used to study the relation between workers and their environments
altering the genetic potential of living organisms.
Engineering applied to biological and medical systems, such as biomechanics, biomaterials and biosensors. Bioengineering also includes biomedical engineering, as in the development of aids or replacements for defective or missing body organs.
application of engineering principles to living structures, as in construction of tissue and artificial organs.
the application of engineering science and technology to problems of biology and medicine
Design, manufacture, and maintenance of engineering equipment used in biosynthetic processes i.e. the formation of complex compounds from simple substances by living organisms
Biological engineering (also biosystems engineering and bioengineering) deals with engineering biological processes in general. It is a broad-based engineering discipline that also may involve product design, sustainability and analysis of biological systems.