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tr.v. bi·o·en·gi·neered, bi·o·en·gi·neer·ing, bi·o·en·gi·neers
To develop (a device or organism) by means of bioengineering.
A person who engages in bioengineering.
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She is an award-winning bioengineer and an accomplished teacher and administrator who has the deep respect of the faculty.
Eventually, the goal is to produce genetic `applets', little programs you could download into a cell simply by sticking DNA into it, the way you download Java applets from the Internet," says Timothy Gardner, a bioengineer at Boston University.
A bioengineer proposes that some turtles be fitted with bioinstrumentation to redirect them to a more protected beach with a virtually identical ecology.