Biomolecular engineering is a diverse, application-driven discipline in the areas of medical, agricultural, environmental, biotechnological and other life-sciences fields. Globally, chemical, biological and nano industries seek engineering graduates who are prepared to work with the life sciences at a molecular level. Biomolecular engineers merge life sciences with chemical engineering. They think and design at the molecular level using biomolecules like DNA, RNA, proteins, enzymes, and lipids.
- Introduction to the history and scope of biomolecular engineering
- Microbiology sterile techniques
- DNA Primer design and fingerprinting
- Anti-bacterial compound isolation from plants