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Hi my name is Isabelle and I am interested in pursuing a career in chemical or biochemical engineering, however I was wondering how physics intensive a chemical engineering degree would be.

by Isabelle Williams

Imagine a class: where all the students are in different places - even different countries; where your history lesson about life in ancient Rome includes a virtual field trip to a street market beside the Coliseum; where your book report includes a video interview with the author. It may sound like science fiction, but it's not.

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