Department of Biochemical Engineering
Our excellent international reputation derives from a shared passion to understand how life science discoveries can be converted into commercially viable products on a truly global scale.
We at The Department of Biochemical Engineering are very pleased to have Stefanie Frank join the team. Stefanie grew up in Germany and graduated from the Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena. In 2001, she came to the UK to work as a research technician in the group of Prof David Becker (UCL) where she helped to develop a wound-healing drug.
Published: Jan 18, 2017 10:52:48 AM
UCL Department of Biochemical Engineering Receives £14m Grand Challenges funding for Innovation in Vaccine Manufacturing for Global Markets.
Published: Jan 16, 2017 4:27:22 PM
A warm welcome Dr Mohammed Jaffar (Jaff) who joins The Department of Biochemical Engineering until the end of March from the Translational Research Office's Drug Discovery Group.
Published: Jan 10, 2017 10:26:17 AM
Funded by government through the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the hubs will draw together expertise from 17 universities and 200 industrial and academic partners to upgrade the UK’s manufacturing capabilities and take greater advantage of the UK’s innovative strengths. Through increased collaboration between universities and industry, more products can be developed to meet industry needs and progress from the research lab to market – boosting the UK economy.
Published: Dec 5, 2016 3:02:50 PM
Professor Tony Kenyon, Vice-Dean of Research for the Faculty of Engineering, comments:The UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering has appointed four engineering leads to its current Flagship Programmes. The holders of these prominent positions will contribute significantly to the impact of UCL’s world-class research within the healthcare engineering domain. We're very pleased to report that Biochemical Engineering's Dr Ivan Wall was one of the first Engineering leads to be formally appointed.
Published: Dec 5, 2016 1:30:13 PM
Welcome back to Amandeep (2nd from Right in the photo): 3 Nomination and a Gold Medal at iGEM! The international genetically engineered machines (iGEM) competition is run every year and has teams from schools and universities all over the world compete at a conference in Boston, MA. The UCL Department of Biochemical Engineering has supported UCL teams for the past three years, regularly winning citations for the work they carry out over the summer in collaboration with academics and PhD Students.
Published: Nov 25, 2016 4:12:44 PM