The menus for exercises for Biochemical Engineering and for Environmental Engineering have been merged.

At first glance, it would seem that there is considerable duplication. However, there are major differences. The exercises for background material replace previous lecturing while reinforcing understanding. Students who remember the material breeze through quickly.

Other topics that share theory differ greatly in practice, e.g., filtration of thick suspensions for biochemical engineering versus enormous volumes with little solids for environmental engineering. Bioprocesses for biochemical engineering almost always have pure cultures with generous supply of nutrients while environmenat bioprocesses almost always have mixed culture with very dilute nutrients.