Definition of bioprocess
- … has spent more than 20 years studying the bioprocesses and biotechnology … involved with creating vaccines.
- —Wendy Leonard, Deseret Morning News (Salt Lake City, Utah), 13 Oct. 2011
- An example of a bioprocess would be using yeast to transform corn into ethanol.
- —Nicklaus Lovelady, Belleville (Illinois) News-Democrat, 24 Feb. 2006
- Older bioprocesses, such as fermentation, typically use whole cells and require separating the product from reaction batches.
- —Chemical & Engineering News, 21 May 2001
bioprocessingplay \¦bī-(ˌ)ō-¦prä-ˌse-siŋ+\ noun
- Researchers are finding ways to use bioprocessing and biotechnology to make paper and textile processing more environmentally friendly and energy efficient.
- —Mairin B. Brennan, Chemical & Engineering News, 23 Mar. 1998
- … a bioprocessing facility that is making the culture medium in which stem cells will be grown.
- —Terri Somers, San Diego Union-Tribune, 18 Dec. 2006