Introduction to Bioengineering
A Concise Course
By: Bob Yang
About the Book
Introduction to Bioengineering: A Concise Course systematically introduces the concepts and processes used in biotech and molecular biology. This book presents a rich platform of information that can be directly applied in the lab, both for study and for creating a final product. The contents within this book have been derived from some of the best bio-manufacturers and teaching materials available in the public domain. Introduction to Bioengineering combines the author’s own university-level teaching experience with processes and practices used by leading bioengineers and scientists battling the front lines of new development in the bioengineering industry. Students will obtain useful technical tips and practical cautions about common problems.
About the Author
As a young boy growing up in China, Bob Yang would sneak from his home at night to listen to the beautiful classical music that his neighbor Professor Huang would play on her piano until midnight. Greatly intrigued by what his young ears were hearing, Dr. Yang learned to play violin, even playing in the city orchestra. In his twenties, he followed in his mother’s footsteps and went to medical college.
Dr. Yang has years of hands-on experience in bridging the gap between textbook knowledge, lab work, and diagnosing and treating patients. He attributes much of the success of his career to those formative years when the universal language of music awoke his young mind to the possibilities that lay beyond.
(2019, hardback, 128 pages)