The research was funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences Cell Decision Processes Center, the University of California at Santa Barbara-CalTech-MIT Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies and the MIT Biotechnology Process Engineering Center.
What does BPEC stand for?
BPEC stands for Biotechnology Process Engineering Center (Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Cambridge, MA)
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We have 14 other meanings of BPEC in our Acronym Attic
- Business Process Engineering
- Business Process Evaluation
- Business Process Excellence
- Business Process Expert
- Byte pair encoding
- Budgetary Price Estimate / Not to Exceed
- Bill Prankard Evangelistic Association (Canada and UK)
- Brookings Papers on Economic Activity
- Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching (Canada)
- Beverage Packaging Environment Council
- Bonnes Pratiques des Essais Cliniques (French: Good Practices of Clinical Trials)
- Bovine Pulmonary Endothelial Cell
- Brighton Peace and Environment Centre
- British Plumbing Employers Council (Training) Ltd.
- Backflow Prevention Education Council of Colorado
- Brockton Postal Employees Credit Union (Brockton, MA)
- Bachelor of Physical Education (degree in India)
- Basic Pay Entry Date
- British Partnership for Enterprise Development (UK)
- Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (India)
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Following a two-and-a-half year post-doctoral appointment at the MIT Biotechnology Process Engineering Center and the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, he joined the School of Chemical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology as Assistant Professor in 1989.
Liver on a Chip Linda Griffith, a professor of biological engineering and mechanical engineering and director of the Biotechnology Process Engineering Center at MIT, was voted one of the annual "Brilliant 10" young scientists by Popular Science in 2002 for her groundbreaking research in tissue engineering and her vision for creating the human body on a chip.
Wang has spent much of his career at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he directs the Biotechnology Process Engineering Center and is Chevron Professor of Chemical Engineering.
Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Deputy Director of the Biotechnology Process Engineering Center, MIT WHEN: Wednesday, May 14, 2003 WHERE: GCATT Auditorium, 250 14th Street NW, Atlanta GA 30318 TIME: 5:30 p.
and as a member of the advisory boards of New England Medical Center and the MIT Biotechnology Process Engineering Center.
For MIT, these are Professor Sharp; Professor Nancy Hopkins, Department of Biology, and Member of the Center for Cancer Research, and Professor Daniel Wang, Institute Professor, Director of the Biotechnology Process Engineering Center and Member, Department of Chemical Engineering.