If you are interested in life sciences as well as engineering, bioengineering is the best choice for you. Bioengineering, the intersection of biology and engineering, is one of the fastest growing fields in the 21st century with a significant impact in our society. Now, bioengineers develop various innovative new engineering solutions for healthcare problems through the knowledge of living systems. Department of Life Sciences and Bioengineering aims to foster scientists and engineers who contribute to human society through multidisciplinary activities that integrate biological phenomena with advanced knowledge in engineering.
Fields of Learning
- Structure and function of cells and human body
- Application of engineering principles to biologically-based systems
- Multidisciplinary approach for human health and environmental problems
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