ps6 - Ankur Gupta E25 Problem Set #6 (one side only) Due...

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Ankur Gupta E25 Problem Set #6 (one side only) Due 5/25/06 1. The field of biotech that interests me is stem-cell engineering and regenerative medicine. Undergraduate studies at Stanford are not exactly very conducive to this field. There are some basic courses in chemical engineering which are applicable. Biology offers some courses on the basis of stem cells and chemistry doesn’t offer much in this vein at all. However, the Bioengineering graduate level classes include molecular/cell engineering, tissue engineering, and stem cell engineering as courses. This seems ideal to me except for the fact undergrads are not allowed to take them and to be a good candidate for a BioE coterm I would have to be a BME major which requires 6 more additional math/engineering courses in addition to the chem/bio core that I have just finished for premed. 2. a) For Dodge, ChemE helps with modifications of bioreactors. For Ku, she has to have an incredibly immense general knowledge of all the sciences, including her indepth understanding of ChemE to understand the basic principles of the various ideas that come her way and if they are candidates for patents. For DelCardayre,
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