Biochemical Engineering plays a great role in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food, fertilizer and water treatment industries. Biochemical Engineers design and develop unit processes involving biological organisms and molecules such as bioreactors to stimulate advances in these global industries.
The field of Biochemical Engineering is also closely related to the fields of Chemical Engineering and Biological Engineering, with experts from the three approaching problems and problem-solving in similar ways. Research in this sector is relevant to many industries around the world, necessitating the use of both specialist biochemical engineering intepreters and translators.
TJC Global can offer you our support and expertise for both conferences and for marketing and PR purposes. Our expert translators and interpreters are not only fluent in your target language but are fluent in the specialist terminology relating to the field of biochemical engineering. Many have a qualification as well as experience in the field. This ensures we can handpick the right interpreter or translator for your requirements and ensure a precise, professional and fluent service every time.
Biological Hydrogen Production
Biological Systems Engineering
Water Treatment Industries
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