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There are few areas untouched by biochemical engineering. Biochemical engineers either created or improved many products people take for granted such as medicine, gasoline, paper and fertilizer. Brewing a better beer is one of the many problems biochemical engineers may be asked to investigate.
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Brenda Parker is a biochemical engineer in the middle of her postgraduate studies. She describes how she came to study engineering and why her work helps the environment.
Combining their knowledge of biology, chemistry and engineering, biochemical engineers create solutions for materials, systems and processes that interact with living organisms and biomaterials.
Biochemical engineers apply engineering science principles to biological materials, processes and systems to create new products changing areas such as the production of pharmaceuticals and foodstuffs, and the treatment of waste.