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Participants will visit local breweries to establish links between theory and practice, and sample beers and wines from all around British Columbia, which is well known the quality and diversity of its products.
Many course packages have a minimum and maximum class size, so we encourage you to register your students early.
Course packages that do not have the minimum number of students will not be offered, but students may transfer to other packages.
Nowadays, new products (smart-home devices, portable electronics, cars, appliances) are getting more intelligent and more connected.
Do you ever wonder what technology lies behind them?
This course takes a technical look at beer and wine production, and a strong foundation in calculus, chemistry, and physics is therefore strongly recommended. Structure & properties of construction materials: Concrete, Asphalt, Steel, & wood, with emphasis on relationship between structures, mechanical properties, & durability. Students in groups carry out laboratory & field experiments to study the materials involved.
This is an introductory course, and no prior knowledge of biochemistry or biological engineering is therefore required.
Using their understanding of these concepts, chemical engineers re-organize and transform matter and energy to produce new substances and materials.Courses do not receive UBC credit but credit may be granted by the student's home university (at its discretion).Please note: the deadline for registrations for the July - August, 2018 program is Friday, March 31, 2018.Given these astounding technological advances, human beings are, as a species, faced with new ethical quandaries, and the ethics and social aspects of bioengineering are therefore also discussed.Participants will have the opportunity to apply theory into practice through lab experiments, and to witness bioprocessing and sustainable design in action through a tour of a local biological waste treatment plant.Underlying principles and disciplines, including cell culture, bioprocessing, heat and mass transfer, and phase separation will be studied in detail, both in the classroom and in hands-on laboratory experiments, along with discussions on economics and market analysis, and environmental sustainability.