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When many people hear the term “bioengineering,” they may not understand exactly what that entails. Dr. Hu Yang, the Doshi Endowed Department Chair of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at Missouri S&T, hopes to help with this and explain the importance and future implications of this discipline.
Yang will talk about biomedical research activities happening at S&T and the future of the study for our students, faculty and staff 3:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, in Room 120 Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall at S&T. He will also discuss the university’s plans for creating new degree programs in bio-engineering. The presentation is open to the public.