A biochemical engineer applies cutting-edge technologies to biological materials, systems, and procedures to produce new products.
The Chemicals industry grows and produces the compounds we want in daily life in a secure, environmentally friendly, and economical manner. Biochemical engineering is a branch of chemical technology that applies technological advancements to biological substances. Biochemical engineers unite knowledge of mathematics, chemistry, and engineering to make goods from raw materials and produce the procedures for achieving this.
They also find answers to problems that occur when substances and procedures interact with their surroundings. And this may encompass a broad range of actions, including creating new, cleaner fuels from natural resources, and developing and executing procedures to make drugs and medications, food and beverages.