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Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology

Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology
Open Access

ISSN: 2157-7048


Biochemical Engineering

Biochemical engineering, otherwise called bioprocess engineering, is a field of study with roots originating from chemical engineering and biological designing. It mainly manages the design, construction, and progression of unit processes that include biological organisms and has different applications in regions of interest, for example, biofuels, food, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and water treatment forms. The role of a biochemical specialist is to take discoveries created by researcher and chemists in a lab and make an translate of that to a huge scale manufacturing process. For a long time, people have utilized the chemical responses of biological organisms so as to make merchandise. In the mid-1800s, Louis Pasteur was one of the main individuals to investigate the job of these living beings when he researched fermentation. So far, biochemical designing hadn't created as a field yet. It wasn't until 1928 when Alexander Fleming found penicillin that the field of biochemical building was established.