The field of designing pharmaceutical drugs and strains of plant and animal life by directly modifying the genetic code. Bioengineered materials, drugs, and life-forms are used in agriculture, medicine, and the treatment of disease.

Articles on that refer to Bioengineering

The Age of Knowledge By Ray Kurzweil
Bioconvergence: Progenitor of the Nanotechnology Age By Charles Ostman
The Law of Accelerating Returns By Ray Kurzweil
Testimony of Ray Kurzweil on the Societal Implications of Nanotechnology By Ray Kurzweil
The Story of the 21st Century By Rebecca Zacks
The Age of Spiritual Machines: Glossary By Ray Kurzweil
The Age of Intelligent Machines, Chapter 10: Visions By Ray Kurzweil
Chapter 1: The Evolution of Mind in the Twenty-First Century By Ray Kurzweil
Foreword to Electronic Reporting in the Digital Medical Enterprise By Ray Kurzweil
I, Nanobot By Alan H Goldstein

News Articles that refer to Bioengineering

Defining An Algorithm For Inventing From Nature
Bioengineer calls for personal health devices
New Stanford-led program aims to produce insights into brain injury, recovery
Liver on a Chip
The Programmable Pill
Man Versus Machine Plays Out in Cyberspace
Feds up nanotech budget for FY 2002
Chips Merge Human Cells and Silicon
Contrast agents enhance optical coherence tomography to detect tumors
Report from from 'The Future of Life' conference

Related Links

Biomaterials Network


Penn Engineering
Bioengineering at University of Pennsylvania - Industry news, links and other resources

The Bioengineering Group, Inc.
The Bioengineering Group, Inc. is a consulting firm with expertise in the use of vegetation for construction projects designed to optimize environmental benefits. We provide a full range of consulting services in the field of bioengineering for erosion control, water quality, and habitat restoration.

Biomedical Engineering at the National Institute of Health
This Web site contains information on biomedical engineering news and events, a biomedical engineering calendar, BECON Symposia information, NIH-supported intramural and extramural funding opportunities in bioengineering, and general information about the field.