bioengineer


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bioengineer

(bī′ō-ĕn′jə-nîr′)
tr.v. bioengi·neered, bioengi·neering, bioengi·neers
To develop (a device or organism) by means of bioengineering.
n.
A person who engages in bioengineering.
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Information and education for individual bioengineers and for patients among bioengineers and other working on health care teams.
Bioengineers can induce a desired characteristic by identifying the corresponding DNA sequence and transferring it to the target organism.
Fries and King, licensed bioengineers with a combined 58 years of experience in the field, describe the functions and designs of such devices as pacemakers, magnetic resonance imaging, IV delivery systems and laser surgery tools.