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Life Science and Technology (tracks: Biochemical Engineering, Biocatalysis, and Cell Factory)


Course Description

Life Science and Technology researches the processes in the living cell. The cell is the building block of life, the smallest unit with the characteristics of living systems. Increased knowledge of the mechanisms of the cell can lead to a cleaner industry, better medicines, new methods for combating diseases and isolating enzymes for the development of improved foodstuffs.

This relatively new, multidisciplinary area combines fundamendal and applied knowledge from the disciplines of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Technology, Informatics, Pharmacology and Mathematics.

Students can choose from the following tracks:
Biochemical Engineering
Biocatalysis
Cell Factory

This programme is conducted fully in English. It aims to equip students with knowledge and expertise on technological and fundamental levels, preparing them for careers in both industry and academia.

Faculty scholarship are available for excellent students. www.tnw.tudelft.nl/msc

Entry Requirements

75% GPA, Biotechnology discipline

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