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Society for Biological Engineering (SBE)

SBE is a global technological community that promotes the integration of engineering with biology and realize its benefits through bioprocessing, biomedical, and biomolecular applications. SBE provides opportunities for interaction of engineers and scientists, develops products and services bring value to the broad biological engineering community, and infuses awareness of biological engineering among all functions and activities of AIChE.

Forest Bioproducts Division (FBP)

The Forest Bioproducts Division promotes knowledge sharing and networking on topics dealing with products obtained from forest resources and other lignocellulosic materials.

Pyrolytic Pathways to Advanced Biofuels

AIChE Annual Meeting
Oct 18, 2011
Pyrolysis is the thermal conversion of carbonaceous materials in the absence of molecular oxygen to liquids, solids and gases. In the most general...

FDA Perspective On QbD for Analytical Methods

AIChE Annual Meeting
Oct 17, 2011
QbD is a systematic approach to pharmaceutical development and product lifecyclemanagement. QbD provides new opportunities and modern tools to...

F = MA of Biology?

AIChE Annual Meeting
Oct 17, 2011
I will describe my participation over the past few years in an effort to find fundamental mathematical laws in biology. I will discuss a theory for...

Pyrolysis Vapors Upgrading Using Metal Oxides

AIChE Annual Meeting
Oct 17, 2011
Pyrolysis Vapors Upgrading using Metal Oxides Ayman M. Karim 1 , Donghai Mei 1 , Vanessa Lebarbier 1 , Changjun Liu 1,2 and Yong Wang 1,2 1 Pacific...

Building a Better Biofuel Production Platform

AIChE Annual Meeting
Oct 17, 2011
Building a Better Biofuel Production Platform: Engineering metabolic control techniques to control the photosynthetic cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp...

Wood Pellets Self-Heating During Storage

AIChE Annual Meeting
Oct 17, 2011
Accidental fires in wood pellets silos happen frequently in the last five years. Experiments were carried out in this work at temperature range of...
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