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Engineering for Life

Biological Systems Engineering

Food Engineers

Facing Challenges
- Making a Difference

Graduate Studies

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Engineering for Life

Dynamic in the Northwest

We discover and apply scientific
engineering principles and methods
to the processes of our natural world
and provide advanced graduate education
to engineering professionals.


From solar drying and pasteurization research in the 1970′s to today’s emphasis on biological waste analysis and treatment, chemical transport through soils, food engineering, bioenergy, bioproducts, and more, our department has a long history of technical environmental stewardship, research and education.

  • Bioenergy and Bioproducts Engineering

  • Food Engineering

  • Land, Air, Water & Environmental Engineering

  • Agricultural Automation Engineering

The researchers and graduate students of this department come from all corners of the United States and the world. Because of this diversity, our students leave here with the global awareness, the advanced education and the technical expertise to become the key players in the economic, technical, and environmental challenges that face us all.

These are exciting and challenging times for engineering professionals. These can be exciting and challenging times for you.

See Also:

College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences
College of Engineering and Architecture

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Early Career Award

Hanwu_LeiDr. Hanwu Lei, Assistant Professor of Biological Systems Engineering received the Early Career Award from the Association of Overseas Chinese Agricultural, Biological, and Food Engineers (AOCABFE)

Biofuel technology goes mobile

WSU On Solid Ground | June 2014 If you’ve ever enjoyed the summertime taste of fish, chicken or steak grilled over charcoal, you have benefited from pyrolysis. The very same technology that produces charcoal is also a cornerstone for making the vision of a commercial, wood-based biofuels industry in the Pacific Northwest a reality. Scientists […]

Things that Fly in the Sky

Washington State Magazine | by Nichoas Deshais A slight breeze comes from the north, but it’s not enough to stir the sun-faded windsock above the tarmac near Mann Lake in Lewiston, Idaho. The sudden and unexpected gusts of wind, however, do. It’s a brisk 48 degrees, but of more concern is the smeared cloud taking up […]

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