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@ramkrishna @rebeccaskell94 @rahulchatterjee @exuras @Templa.Tau @traile @ParthKohli @pratu043 @Preetha @apoorvk @Aadarsh @Aurora-Borealis @SITARA @Diyadiya @gedtajia @genny_d @hkaur @haoualimen @heena @john4241 @keithmfr @lgbasallote @CHAD159753 @B.R.M @nilankshi @Michy @myininaya ??? can u answer my question?
I agree that there is a need for engineers.
The world needs engineers everywhere - so yes!!
@Rampy are you engr.???
plz... stop now!!! wats ur prob?? i cant understand??? @Rampy
no i am a medical aspirant!
@trail y u think so..... wat is an engineer's purpose in this biologgy group? can u x plain?
a part of everything is needed everywhere,,,
Sweet Jesus Rampy, did you get enough people?
no progress in any field without engeneering enev in medicine @Rampy
engineering applies in all field I think
U ALL R JUST MAD!!!! there is no need of engineers in this biology group!!!!!
its a thing of interest,, not a need !
yes i believe it would be a great option
ok.. if an engineer wants to be in ths group... he may... but i dont think he should be answering any questions... because it is impossible for an engineer to know biology!!!
@Rampy,,, interest matters,, not the stream
Keeping it simple: Yes.
@hkaur dont waste ur tym here..... rampy is a psyco..... he thinks he knows everythng... and he will decide wat to do.....
lets all get along :)
sorry rampy .. nobody is with you!!! :P
it pretty late here how bout u guys
@ramkrishna @rebeccaskell94 @rahulchatterjee @exuras @Templa.Tau @traile @ParthKohli @pratu043 @Preetha @apoorvk @Aadarsh @Aurora-Borealis @SITARA @Diyadiya @gedtajia @genny_d @hkaur @haoualimen @heena @john4241 @keithmfr @lgbasallote @CHAD159753 @B.R.M @nilankshi @Michy @myininaya ??? here rahulchatterjee is an engineer!! tell the moderators to remove him from his group!!! engineers know nothing about biology!!!
whats the point of this ?
you are wrong rampy,, you cant say like this,, i too am a non medical student,, but i am interested in bio too,,
@hkaur:- wat do u do?
@rampy and @rahulchatterjee please respect each other and use appropriate language. Thanks. Also @rampy are you saying there are biologist engineers?
Just asking because this group is biology.
@myininaya :- sorry..... but i think ths question should be closed now..... rampy wants a battlefield!!! :P
@rahulchatterjee :- i dont think so...... u engineers must be removed from this group as soon as possible!!!!
Biological engineering, biotechnological engineering or bioengineering (including biological systems engineering) is the application of concepts and methods of biology (and secondarily of physics, chemistry, mathematics, and computer science) to solve real-world problems related to the life sciences and/or the application thereof, using engineering's own analytical and synthetic methodologies and also its traditional sensitivity to the cost and practicality of the solution(s) arrived at. In this context, while traditional engineering applies physical and mathematical sciences to analyze, design and manufacture inanimate tools, structures and processes, biological engineering uses primarily the rapidly-developing body of knowledge known as molecular biology to study and advance applications of living organisms.
I guess people are forgetting the Biomedical Engg. and Biotechnologists are pretty engineers - and they have a pretty sound knowledge of bio.
Everyone is welcomed to any group.
There^^ traile read my mind.
Exactly - subject divisions are only man-made
But when posting questions in a group everyone must be on topic in that group.
i believe that they might know more than oh let me say a high school student like me lol
@myininaya :- remove rahul or else there is no need of such nonsense study place where we have to learn from our minors or frm a person who doesn't know anything about the topic!!!
@Rampy if you want to request for a different biology group, you should do it in the feedback group.
@myininaya :- thanxx... this question was really annoying me!!
so did everyone have a good day lol
In short, this approach emphasizes the idea that physics is the most fundamental of sciences. Chemistry is applied physics, after all, and biology (in it's modern form, at least) is basically applied chemistry. You can of course extend beyond that into more specific fields ... zoology, ecology, & genetics are all further applications of biology, for example. But the point is that all of science can, in principle, be reduced down to fundamental physics concepts such as thermodynamics and nuclear physics BIOLOGIST NEED PHYSICISTS TO WORK IN DEPTH OF MANY PROBLEMS. THATS WHY EVERY MEDICAL COLLEGE HAS A "HEALTH PHYSICS" DEPARTMENT.
@rahulchatterjee If you are a biologist (or what ever you are), We see in every hospital the X-ray machines, CT scan, ultrasound machine, .... all are given by en enginers. A biologist cant make it independently. In many hospitals there are some tests in which radioactive material is used, those machines can be only handled in the presence of an enginers. you heard a word BIOPHYSICS what this name implies?
In Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) there is a course runs whose name is BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING. http://web.mit.edu/be/index.shtml
The goal of this biological engineering discipline is to advance fundamental understanding of how biological systems operate and to develop effective biology-based technologies for applications across a wide spectrum of societal needs including breakthroughs in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, in design of novel materials, devices, and processes, and in enhancing environmental health.
@ramkrishna :- thanxx for the info... is there a scope of PG in ths stream?? "biological engineering"
wwow such a big collash... well @Rampy i can understand ur feeling as sometimes i also get angry on maths students as they allways put their leg unecessarily but u knw now bio and engg are combine they are the just half part of each other... and saying this engg cant be present on bio dat so mean as u knw its a knowledge no matter from which field u belong if u have interest instead of boosting it and trying to learn something new y u are discouraging such stuff well i belief we should have knowledge in evry subject isntd??
Most questions here doesn't require a University degree to answer as long as you'd remember highschool Biology.
@rahulchatterjee yes there is a scope of PG in ths stream.