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Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering

Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass 	 Microalgae from bioreactorsBiological EngineeringDrainage and Water Quality AnalysisRenewable bio-based materials evaluationBiocatalysisBiohydrogen from Animal WasteAlgae extraction and conversionRenewable bioresources for conversion



A bio-based revolution is underway, and it is fundamentally changing how the world produces and consumes food, feed, fiber, materials, chemicals, fuel, and energy.

The Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering's research and academic programs (both undergraduate and graduate) are at the forefront in the discovery, development and application of the renewable resources and sustainable technologies required to meet the global population’s increasingly sophisticated needs, while at the same time enhancing and preserving the environment.

 The Four Core Areas of Study are:

Bioprocessing, 
Bioproducts, and
Renewable Energy

 

Environmental and Ecological Engineering

 

Food Production,
Processing, Safety 
and Security
 

 

Advanced Building 
Systems and
Energy Efficiency

 



 

 

 

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