Gateway Engineering Education Coalition
Home
Vision
About Gateway
Products Publications
Outcomes
Contact
Site Map
Search
 
 
 
 
 
 

Drexel University
Center for Educational Research
3141 Chestnut Street, Bossone 512
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone 215.895.2201
Fax 215.895.1092

Gateway Engineering Education Coalition
ENGINEERING BIOTECHNOLOGY

This program area is to develop an integrated approach to teaching Biotechnology and Bioengineering material to upper division students. It involves two major thrusts. One is in the area of development and manufacture of biotechnology products and the second area is in Biomedical and Health Care Engineering:

Index
There are 6 projects in this section.
1. Bioinstrumentation Module Website
 Description:During the course of this project a series of Bioinstrumentation modules were developed and implemented on a website.The modules touch upon
2. Bioreactors
 Description:The heart of the bioprocess used for the manufacture of a biological product is the bioreactor. It is usually a large vessel with a capacity
3. Biosensors
 Description:A Biosensor consists of two components: a bioreactor and a transducer. The bioreceptor is a biomolecule that recognizes the target analyte a
4. Drug Delivery
 Description:Drug Delivery is a discipline that deals with both science and engineering issues concerning effective methods for introducing drugs into th
5. Engineering Biotechnology (Multimedia Course Modules)
 Description:This site contains multimedia packages from a CD that describe the emerging area of Engineering Biotechnology: Molecular Biology, Manufactur
6. Molecular Biology
 Description:This section of the bioengineering course will introduce you to the concepts of molecular biology critical to engineering biotechnology. Tha
 

Copyright © 1999 by the Gateway Coalition.
Questions or comments? Contact gtwywebm@post.drexel.edu
Last modified: Wednesday, June 30, 2010.

This site is best viewed with Internet Explorer v6 for Windows (v5 for Mac) or higher, Netscape v7 or higher, or any browser meeting the W3C web standards.