The projects displayed by the biochemical engineering department gained a lot of appreciation from the audience primarily because of their commercial viability. The centrifuge could be used to easily separate fats and vitamins from other particles in a mixture of vinegar and milk because of their high molecular weights.
The concept behind the project were the basics of centrifugal forces but its applications and cost efficiency is what made it popular among the crowd. The magnetic stirrer with temperature control was made out of a kitchen kettle that used magnets and thermostats to control the temperature which is one of the key aspects of any biochemical experiment. The application of fundamental principles to create a techno-commercially viable product was the highlight of the projects displayed by the biochemical engineering department at the open house, 2016.