Biological and Agricultural Engineering

May 20, 2013 admin
Biological Systems Engineering is the biology-based engineering discipline that integrates life sciences with engineering from molecular to ecosystem levels.

The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering is recognized as the leading one of its kind in the western United States and is consistently viewed as one of the top biological/agricultural engineering departments in the world. Within this discipline (also called biological engineering), faculty members emphasize a range of research areas including agricultural production/natural resources, biotechnology engineering, and food engineering.

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