Engineered Biofluids Control Clay, Fines - Biochemical engineering is a new technology that is being introduced and applied in many different disciplines. Across an array of industries these biochemically engineered products offer superior and unique performance at less cost and are environmentally preferred. Akin to the conversion of the vacuum tube to the silicon chip, the new generation of engineered biofluids (EBF) is superior to the first generation of biopolymers because they provide biochemically engineered solutions on the molecular level. These EBFs use selectively grown polymers combined with precise molecular substitution to fit the specific use. This new capability provides many industries, including the petroleum business, a new class of superior, low-cost solutions for the first time.