B3E Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Bioresource Engineering at McGill University

The Departments of Bioengineering External link, Biomedical Engineering, and Bioresource Engineering External link (B3E) constitute the rapidly expanding interdisciplinary ecosystem at the interface of engineering and biological sciences, medicine, environment, food, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and/or biomanufacturing. Graduates of McGill B3E programs solve engineering problems and conduct engineering design in biological and medical systems and extend the frontiers of applied science research across scales, from biomolecules to ecosystems, encompassing cells, tissues, and organisms. The McGill B3E disciplines are at home in the three Faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Health Sciences, and Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, each providing specialized and complementary, undergraduate and graduate education and research.

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Relationship between the three Bio programs

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