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Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical & Biochemical Engineering at the University of Limerick LM115

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Uploaded on Jan 11, 2010

Course Information: http://www.ul.ie/courses/LM115.html
Process engineering is the central area of expertise underpinning many important, sustainable industries and businesses within both the Irish and global economies. Such enterprises include: biopharmaceuticals, fuels, chemicals, and drug manufacture, energy production, food and beverage processing, environmental waste remediation, and electronic component manufacture. In all of these areas of endeavour, the chemical/biochemical engineer is of key importance both in the innovative design and operation of the processing systems, and in the development and manufacture of novel products of practical use and value to society.

The Irish pharmaceutical, chemical and biochemical industries have been primarily responsible for the recent consistent increases in the national export performance, proving these sectors to be stable and resilient, even in harsh economic conditions.

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