Biosystems Engineering is a bachelor's course that deals with the applications of engineering in the biological world. The course integrates all the major engineering subjects so that the student obtains first-hand knowledge in each. Some areas where involving biosystems engineering include Biofuels, bioreactors and applications, wastewater treatment, and genetically-modified food products. The need of the hour is to reduce dependence on conventional resources and to depend on the renewable resources, of which the biological domain is a part. Use of microorganisms to improve the pace of reactions and to yield products faster and cheaper is a boon of this arena, which considerably reduces dependence on chemical reactions which might also yield non- biodegradable wastes. Since the products from biochemical reactions are completely biological in nature, the question of such wastes does not occur. Currently, universities in the US such as Clemson University (SC), North Dakota State University (ND), etc offer this BS course.
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