Definition of Bioengineering

1. Noun. The branch of engineering science in which biological science is used to study the relation between workers and their environments.

Exact synonyms: Biotechnology, Ergonomics
Generic synonyms: Applied Science, Engineering, Engineering Science, Technology
Derivative terms: Ergonomic



Definition of Bioengineering

1. Noun. The applications of the principles of engineering to any of the biological or medical sciences ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bioengineering

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Medical Definition of Bioengineering

1. The science of developing and manufacturing artificial replacements for organs, limbs and tissues. A branch of engineering in which live plants and plant parts are used as building material for erosion control and landscape restoration (this is in contrast to conventional engineering, in which only dead materials are used). (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bioengineering

bioelectrically
bioelectricity
bioelectrocatalysis
bioelectromagnetics
bioelectronic
bioelectronics
bioelement
bioelimination
bioeliminations
bioenergetic
bioenergetically
bioenergetics
bioenergy
bioengineer
bioengineered
bioengineering (current term)
bioengineerings
bioengineers
bioenrichment
bioentrepreneur
bioenvironmental
bioequivalence
bioequivalences
bioequivalent
bioerosion
bioerror
bioessential
bioethanol
bioethanols
bioethic

Literary usage of Bioengineering

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1. The Experiences and Challenges of Science and Ethics: Proceedings of an by National Research Council (U.S.), ebrary, Inc, Inc NetLibrary (2003)
"... Appendix E bioengineering Ethics: The Ethics of the Linkage Between Engineering and ... bioengineering ..."

2. HIV/Aids Policy in Hawaii by James Lumeng (1992)
"The information on bioengineering provided in this chapter is primarily descriptive. Professional assistance in the design and installation of the ..."

3. Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing And Biology by John C. Wooley, Herbert Lin (2005)
"... it to create centers of bioengineering education technologies and to begin research in cellular instrumentation and control, ..."

4. The Genomic Revolution by National Academies Press (COR), National Academies (U.S.), Conference, Keck Futures Initiative (2006)
"... Los Angeles Katie Brenner Doctoral Candidate Department of bioengineering California Institute of Technology Steven Brenner Associate Professor ..."

5. Recirculation edited by Peter W. Perschbacher (1995)
"In: Fisheries bioengineering Symposium by (Eds.) J. Colt and RJ White, American Fisheries Society Symposium ... Biotechnology and bioengineering 40:346-362. ..."

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