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Biosystems and Bioengineering: Targeted Drug Delivery, Biological System Engineering

Bioengineering is a discipline that applies engineering principles of design and analysis to biological systems and biomedical technologies. Bioengineering research includes bacteria engineered to produce chemicals, targeted drug delivery, portable disease diagnostic devices, and technologies for interfacing with tissues and organs.

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Professor Hossam Haick is utilizing cutting-edge nanotechnology-based sensors and biomarkers to engineer artificial devices that imitate the functions of the nose, skin and tongue for early disease detection and the solving of environmental issues.
Prof. Alex Leshansky and his research group study small robotic swimmers with applications for biomedicine and drug delivery.
Departmental field trip to Caesarea, May 2023
May Naveh and Lee Goldfryd both began their careers in pre-medical studies, looking for the applied research aspect. They found it in a BSc degree at the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Technion in the Biochemical Engineering track. In the future, they hope to open their own pharmaceutical company. March 2022 Lee Goldfryd and […]