- Bioprocessing of New Medicines (Science and Engineering) BSc
- Bioprocessing of New Medicines (Business and Management) BSc
- Engineering (Biochemical) BEng
- Engineering (Biochemical) MEng
- Biochemical Engineering MSc
- Postgraduate Research Programmes
- Open Days & Virtual Tours
- Undergraduate Course Modules
- MSc Course Modules
- Industry Placements
Open Days & Virtual Tours
PhD/EngD Open Day
Our departmental PhD/EngD Open Day will provide you with the opportunity to find out more about research opportunities within Biochemical Engineering and answer any questions you might have about our programmes.
Wednesday 16 December 2015
Time: 3pm - 5pm
Location: Design Suite, Bernard Katz Building, UCL Bloomsbury Campus
The agenda for our open day is available here
To register for our open day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Postgraduate Research Programmes Page
Faculty of Engineering PG Open Day
The Faculty of Engineering Postgraduate Open Day is a chance to find out more about our department's postgraduate taught and research degrees. In addition to the PhD/EngD programmes, we cover details of our MSc in Biochemical Engineering and MRes in Synthetic Biology.
Wednesday 2 December 2015
Time: 2pm - 5pm
Location: Chadwick Building, Gower Street, UCL Bloomsbury Campus
We will be running tours of the department at 3pm and 4pm. Sign up at our stall in the Chadwick Building.
Book through the Faculty Eventbrite page
Virtual tours: The Pilot Plant
The Pilot Plant is an intermediate scale, industrial manufacturing facility that is used use to bring products to commercialisation. It is located in the basement of the Bernard Katz building and we’re one of the few university departments in Europe to have one. Pilot scale bioreactors, homogenisers and centrifuges give our students the hands on training and experience required to broaden their understanding. It allows them to consider the industrial perspective on commercialisation and adds value to their experience.
All undergraduate and masters students are required to supplement their lectures with laboratory practicals. Laboratories such as the one below are used to teach students key engineering fundamentals such as oxygen transfer and fluid dynamics, as well as biochemical assays and protocols. Doctoral students are trained as demonstrators for lab practicals, which provides valuable teaching experience.
The research conducted by the department is used as the basis of teaching materials. Research into protein engineering, biofuels, vaccines and regenerative medicine feed directly into all levels of degree based learning. Our discoveries today will help shape tomorrow's products. Final year students will have the opportunity to work on a research project of their choosing giving them additional research experience.
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