Biological Engineering


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.

Sustainability of Biomass Crop Production

AIChE Annual Meeting
Oct 16, 2011
Woody biomass is renewable only if sustainable production is imposed. How to evaluate the benefit of different biomass crop species on a...

Mixture DOE and Design Space

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 10, 2010
Present a case study on mixture DOE involving five components used to formulate a pharmaceutical tablet. The goal is to achieve a sustained release...

Gene Regulation by MAPK Substrate Competition

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 9, 2010
Introduction Traditional view of pattern formation in the early Drosophila embryo is essentially one-dimensional: The anterior, posterior, and...

Evolving Biological Engineering

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 8, 2010
In 2010, SBE awarded the James E. Bailey Award, endowed by Cytos Biotechnology, to Dr. Harvey Blanch of the University of California - Berkeley, for...

A System Approach to Astrocytoma Progression

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 8, 2010
Astrocytomas are brain cancers that account for 75% of neuroepithelial tumors. Accurate diagnosis is required for adequate treatment and assessing...

QbD for Generic Drugs: Oral Suspensions

AIChE Annual Meeting
Nov 7, 2010
The presentation will be focus on the approach for systematic development of oral suspensions. Suspension is a complex dosage form in which coarse...
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