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Synonyms for bioengineering

the branch of engineering science in which biological science is used to study the relation between workers and their environments

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We are also pleased to work with and mentor our partners at Bioengineering Group.
We are pleased to have been selected for this landmark project," said Wendi Goldsmith, President of Bioengineering Group, Inc.
Partnerships must include bioengineering expertise in combination with basic and/or clinical investigators.
American Oriental Bioengineering is another Chinese stock that has nearly matched both China Life's performance and trajectory this year.
American Oriental Bioengineering (NYSE: AOB) develops, manufactures and markets bioengineered and traditional Chinese medicinal (TCM) products, primarily in China.
When Stanford founded its Department of Bioengineering four years ago we envisioned that it would be a place for the brightest minds in the field to tackle important problems at the intersection of the life sciences, medicine and engineering," said James D.
FDA also stated in its comments that it has not sought responsibility for a mandatory bioengineering disclosure program because of its long-held position that bioengineering in foods does not present safety concerns and therefore is not a material fact requiring disclosure.
Rhodes' team of bioengineering and medical students recently won first place and $75,000 at the International Business Model Competition hosted by Brigham Young University.
Several exciting discoveries in the field of bioengineering have begun attracting attention to the potential it has to advance the field of alternative energy research.
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Methods in bioengineering; stem cell bioengineering.
Two new members were recently appointed to the Advisory Council of the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB).
In an effort to advance research relevant to the mission of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) which includes basic biomedical, clinical biomedical, bioengineering, bioimaging, and behavioral research, the participating Institutes and Centers solicit applications for the Mentored Quantitative Research Career Development Award (K25).
NRCS field staff had been looking for a location to test soil bioengineering techniques in southern Minnesota, and this seemed like an ideal site.
The fact that this phenomenon has gone missing from bioengineering papers for 20 years makes one wonder what else hasn't appeared.