I’m a biological engineer.
In my case, that means building organisms that can do things like repair damaged tissue, replicate themselves and help us cure diseases.
But in some ways, I’m not a biological scientist.
I’ve spent the last decade working in biological engineering and building a number of different types of bio-engineering projects.
The first of these was a group of bioengineers working on a biotracteric model that would allow a human to survive for days in space.
They were also building an artificial organ for a patient suffering from an acute infection and then trying to replicate that organ in a human patient.
I got to know this team pretty well over the last few years and thought I’d give them a shoutout for a project I helped with in 2016: the “Cave of Love”.
That project had two main goals: to build an artificial heart for a terminally ill patient and to help build a living laboratory that could support life for at least 10 days without dying.
When I worked on the project, I was struck by the number of people who thought it was a joke.
The idea of building an organ that could survive for months on end without dying was just too much to handle.
After talking to the team, I realised that it wasn’t just the idea that was off the mark, but also the technical implementation.
The team were building a machine that used an artificial cell culture that they’d grown to isolate cells from an animal source, but the cells they were isolating from were not human cells.
The cells were isolated from a variety of animal sources, including fungi, bacteria, viruses and fungi, but they were isolated in a way that kept them from interacting with human cells, which would have made them very easy to manipulate and manipulate.
In my view, the Cave of Love was a clear and present example of the kind of engineering that is needed in the future.
So why didn’t it succeed?
There were a number reasons for this.
First, it was built by an entirely different team, which may have been an indication of the difficulties in bringing a project to fruition.
Second, it had no funding.
The entire project cost about $20,000.
The first stage of the funding process involved getting a project on the public agenda and setting up a Facebook page.
That took about a year, but then a group that I’ve known for a while started a crowdfunding campaign to raise money to pay for the first stage.
This group of donors had a good track record with raising money for projects.
It’s easy to see why it’s been successful: the project is currently funded and I don’t think the funding structure will change.
What do I know about bioengineering?
Bioengineering is a relatively new field and I was surprised to learn that there are not many people in the scientific community who have done work in this field.
It is, however, a burgeoning field with a number or researchers working on it.
It has been growing rapidly and there are currently about 150 bioengineering PhD students working in the UK and the US.
There are a number research groups working on bioengineering and a number more in the US and the UK.
Some bioengineering research is focused on creating human organs and tissues, while others are looking at the potential of living tissue to provide health benefits to humans.
Bioengineering has the potential to be a great source of research for many years to come, but until it is funded properly, it is a little like finding the best way to build a bridge to nowhere in the real world.
How did I get involved in the bioengineering project?
I’ve worked on a number projects in the last 20 years and am familiar with a lot of the research involved.
After joining the team in 2016, I went to a talk at a conference that they held about bioengineering and the science behind it.
The talk was really inspiring and led me to go and look at the literature more closely.
I also started following the bioengineer community on Facebook, which has a number bioengineering researchers on it and a large number of bioengineering projects going on.
What is bioengineering like?
Bioengineers are often asked what they think bioengineering is like and, while there is no one answer, they generally think it is pretty similar to building an aircraft.
They do, however see different things about bio-engineers: they tend to be more technical, less driven by the principles of engineering, and less interested in how their work impacts the wider world.
For example, bioengineed buildings might look like giant towers, but there are a lot more buildings that are made of wood, rubber, metal, plastic and so on.
Bioengineers generally tend to focus on the technical side of bio engineering, but have a strong interest in the human aspect as well.
Bioengineered organisms can be made in the lab, but bioengineered creatures are often built in the wild.