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O'Connor, G.M. ; Biotechnology Process Eng. Centre, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA

There is a wide variety of areas in in biotechnology where engineering skills need to be applied. The goal of biotechnology based companies is to develop both a new product and its manufacturing process as fast as possible. It is in the area of enhancing the rate of new product development where engineering skills are critical. The author outlines a few examples and then focuses in detail on the application of expert system technology to bioprocess operations. Due to the use of color slides which are not easily reproduced, this document does not cover the entire talk that was presented at the 13th Annual International Conference IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society

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Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 2 )