OTHER WORDS FROM bioengineeringbi·o·en·gi·neer, noun
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How to use bioengineering in a sentence
Azhar suspects that cheap solar power, bioengineering techniques such as synthetic biology, and 3D printing could be just such technologies.
According to Atala, the challenge represented a hallmark for bioengineering because the liver, the largest internal organ in the body, is one of the most complex tissues to replicate due to the high number of functions it performs.NASA inches closer to printing artificial organs in space|Tatyana Woodall|June 18, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Increasingly, the worlds of bioengineering and manufacturing are colliding.No Trees Harmed: MIT Aims to One Day Grow Your Kitchen Table in a Lab|Jason Dorrier|January 24, 2021|Singularity Hub
If you’re able to create new cells to specification in a couple weeks or months instead of years, you could really revolutionize what you can do with bioengineering.
What’s more, the algorithm could also make recommendations on how to further improve the next bioengineering cycle using simulations.
DIY Bio has been slow to take off in Europe, for instance, because bioengineering regulations there are more burdensome.