Biotechnology is a swiftly growing industry. From the food grown at our farms to the medicine we buy and the ways we clean up the environment, biotechnology affects many facets of our daily lives. Major developments in the field occur every day, with many introduced by academic and professional communities before the greater public is even aware of industry advancements.
At the School of Engineering, you’ll join in these exciting discoveries. Course topics range from industrial application of enzymes and bio-polymer synthesis to modern drug design and the role of biotechnology in health care. The availability of various and varied electives enables you to specialize in selected biotechnology areas. The program also includes a guided study to develop analytical skills.
Little-known risk factors for cardiovascular disease: depression is the latest-named; studies confirm that it raises the risk of death for patients ... An article from: Duke Medicine Health News
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