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Bioenineering of animals

Saturday 22.08.2015

The qualifying subjects for admission to first-degree studies:

  • english language
  • biology or chemistry or math or physics

 

First-degree studies – Bioengineering of animals I (general characteristic, educational effects, plans)

structure and functioning of animal organisms at the level of molecules , cells, tissues , organisms and populations

mathematics, physics , engineering and chemistry , and use them while performing basic manipulation of biological material

basic methods , techniques and physical, chemical , molecular and biochemical technologies and ability to use them in the laboratory ( analytical and diagnostic )

nanoscience and nanobiotechnology and their use in bioengineered animals.

 

Scientific path:

– nanobioegineering

– microbioegineering

– macrobioegineering

Bioengineering of animals is the biological application of engineering principles or engineering equipment.

We like to think of it as the application of engineering principles to biological systems.

Bioengineering as a defined field is relatively new, although attempts to solve biological problems have persisted throughout history. Recently, the practice of bioengineering has expanded beyond large-scale.

A very broad area of study, bioengineering can include elements of electrical and mechanical engineering, computer science, materials, chemistry and biology. This breadth allows students and faculty to specialize in their areas of interest and collaborate widely with researchers in allied fields.

Graduates are well placed to work in management, production or research and development in a variety of industries – such as medical and veterinary devices, diagnostics, genetics, healthcare industry support, pharmaceutical manufacture, drug discovery, environmental remediation, or agricultural advancement – as well as in nonprofit and academic research.


Faculty of Animal Sciences - Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW