Biochemical engineering has evolved from unit operations related to antibiotic fermentations, through production of single cell proteins, amino and organic acids, gasohol, and applications of immobilized enzymes.
Harvey W. Blanch, the Merck Professor of Biochemical Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, is the recipient
of the 2010 James E. Bailey Award.
In his lecture, Professor Blanch looks at the rapid growth of research and development at the interface of biology and engineering and projects biological engineering's potential future impact.
Just after his lecture, Professor Blanch had an opportunity to sit down with Chemical Engineering Progress (CEP) editor, Gordon Ellis for a chat (although in a noisy room!). You can see this interview in the panel on the right.
Check out all videos taken at the 2010 AIChE Annual Meeting, including:
- Kristine Chin interviews Ann Lee and Jean Bender of Genentech
- Harvey W. Blanch interviewed at the SBE-sponsored James E. Bailey Award Lecture
- Julio M. Ottino, Dean, R.R. McCormick Institute Professor, interviewed at 62nd Institute Lecture
- Greg Stephanopoulos introduces Harvey W. Blanch, recipient of the 2010 James E. Bailey Award
- Kristi S. Anseth Speaks at Professional Progress Award Lecture at 2010 AIChE Annual
- David A. Klanecky of Dow and Spike Narayan of IBM on Energy and Water Sustainability
- Professor Roland Clift on Industrial Ecology and Sustainability
- Chemical Engineer Bill Lonergan on the 2010 AIChE Annual Meeting
- 2010 Chem-E-Car Winner