Bioseparation Basics


Bioseparations are critical to the field of biochemical engineering. Each bioseparation process must be tailored to separate, purify, or recover the desired bioproduct. This article gives an introductory overview of filtration and chromatography — two key bioseparation unit operations.


Author Bios: 

Roger G. Harrison

Dr. Harrison is one of the first authors with three co-authors of the highly acclaimed textbook “Bioseparations Science and Engineering” which has been adopted for courses at more than 60 universities throughout the world. Before becoming a professor in the University of Oklahoma School of Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering, he worked at Phillips Petroleum Company and Upjohn where he focused on bioseparations.Read more

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