Engineering

Specialized Life Science Recruitment

Life science engineering concerns the application of engineering principles and practices to living organisms and is used in areas such as stem cell engineering, biochips and biosensors, and molecular biocomputing.

The three areas that we recruit in are biological systems engineering, biomolecular engineering and cellular engineering. Biomedical engineers are also referred to as medical device engineers, who develop, produce, and introduce new medical devices that could help improve patient care. The demand for new medical devices, especially in-vitro diagnostics (IVD), that help people of all ages is increasing, and by advancing medical knowledge and products is an important step in providing opportunities for people to live more fulfilling lives despite potential health challenges.

Biomolecular engineers develop new drugs as well as the new vehicles for the delivery of new drugs, while Cellular engineers creating alternatives to common drug or gene-based therapeutics. The successful use of engineered white blood cells to fight and eliminate tumor cells, often times referred to as CAR T cell technology, is revolutionary and has allowed researchers the opportunities to study a cure for more and more rare diseases including cancers. 

By having more students studying to become bioengineers is going to help the life science industry in the long run but for now the talent shortage in engineering discipline is real. The skillsets or competence that are in increasing demand in life science industry today the educational institutions simply could not be able to meet.

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