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This symposium is the sixth of an annual series conducted so that results of biochemical engineering research can be exchanged by the researchers who actually carry it out. The first four meetings were held alternately at Kansas State University and the University of Nebraska–Lincoln for attendees from those two schools. The fifth and sixth involved participants from Kansas State University and Iowa State University; this was the first meeting away from a university campus.
"Mathematical Model of Oxygen Transfer in Airlift Fermentors," Chester S. Ho, Kansas State University
"Effect of Column Height on Oxygen Transfer in Airlift Systems," Mark E. Orazem, Kansas State University
"Mixing Studies in an Oil-Water Airlift System with Motionless 15 Mixers", J. R. Gutierrez, Kansas State University
"Purification and Properties of (3-Xylosidase," Gbekeloluwa B. Oguntimein, Iowa State University
"Immobilization of Invertase to Cellulose with Cyanuric Chloride," William J. Smith, Iowa State University
"Purification and Properties of Dextransucrase," Yah Eric Chen and Hossein Kaboli, Iowa State University
"Properties of Immobilized (3-Amylase," Clarence C. Ron, Iowa State University
Engineering Research Institute, Iowa State University
Biochemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Reilly, Peter J., "Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Biochemical Engineering Symposium" (1976). Biochemical Engineering Symposium Proceedings. 7.