Cancer's Newest Deadly Foe

February
2006
SBE Special Section
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Suzanne A. Shelley
An array of nanoscale developments are poised to revolutionize cancer diagnosis and drug discovery efforts, and create new ways to target the delivery of potent, often toxic drug therapies, while reducing their dose-limiting side effects.

Mother Nature as both Doctor and Patient

November
2006
SBE Special Section
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Edwin N. Lightfoot
Once we have grasped some essentials of this riotous, but surprisingly well ordered world, we shall find our transport phenomena background to have real utility.

Bioprocess Design for a Novel Vaccine

November
2006
SBE Special Section
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Barry C. Buckland
The challenges of vaccine development are not limited to identification of suitable antigens, adjuvants and delivery methods, but include regulatory, technical and manufacturing hurdles in translating a vaccine candidate to the clinic.

SBE Special Section - Industrial Biotechnology

October
2005
SBE Special Section
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June Wispelwey
Student Chapters Have Arrived! SBE Frontier Tutorial Second Bioengineering and Nanotech Conference Michael Shuler Wins Inaugural James E. Bailey Award Fishing Out Unusual DNA Enzyme is Linked to Neurological Disease

Biotransformations for a Green Future

October
2005
SBE Special Section
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Susan Truesdell
Enzyme and microbial biotransformations offer green chemistry alternatives for performing difficult or non-selective chemical reactions.

Enzyme Discovery: Screening, Cloning, Evolving

October
2005
SBE Special Section
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Glenn Nedwin
Thomas Schaefer
Per Falholt
Enzymes are nature’s answer to many industrial and environmental challenges. This article details the latest approaches to enzyme discovery and evolution.

Biorefinery Process Economics

October
2005
SBE Special Section
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Gregory M. Bohlmann
With oil and natural gas prices surging, bio-based feedstocks are becoming increasingly competitive. This article examines, in depth, the technical and economic aspects of the biorefinery concept.

SBE Supplement: Biochemical Engineering - Cell-Free Bioprocessing

November
2013
SBE Special Section
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James Swartz
The ability to exploit a cell’s contents and capabilities unimpeded by cell walls opens new opportunities for the field of biochemical engineering. Cell-free biology could become the basis for making products from hydrogen to cancer vaccines and more.

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