According to the Biological and Agricultural Engineering department at University of Arkansas, "Bioengineering is an interdisciplinary field that applies engineering principles and quantitative methods to the advancement of knowledge at the molecular and cellular levels through the ecosystem level, and to the development of new and novel biologicals, materials, devices, and processes. In practice, bioengineers address issues in the broad areas of bioenvironmental, biomedical and bioprocess technology."

Agrichemical Developer Medical Research Bioengineering Specialist
Agricultural Equipment Designer Medical Supplier
Alternative Energy Specialist Medical Technology Designer
Artificial Joint Developer Orthopedic Engineer
Biomass Enzyme Processor Patient Rehabilitator
Biomedical Supplier Pharmaceutical & Drug Scientist
Clinical Engineer Pharmaceutical Engineer
Consultant Professor
Diagnostic Equipment Developer Rehabilitation Engineer
Energy Conservationist Sports Medicine Bioengineer
Environmental Protection Specialist Surgical Device Developer
Genetic Disease Specialist Systems Physiologist
Genetic Engineer Technical Writer
Hazardous Waste Treatment Specialist Tissue Engineer
Hospital Administrator Water Control Specialist
Medical Equipment & Supplies Manufacturer Water Resources Protection Agent
Medical Imaging Technician Wetland Protection Specialist
Analytical Skills Knowledge of Life Sciences Seek Answers to Complex Problems
Communication Skills (Oral & Written) Mentally Flexible Strong Background in Biology & Engineering
Creative & Innovative Research Skills Welcome Interaction Between Various Disciplines

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