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Biotechnology

The use of living things, such as one-cell organisms, in technological innovations. Biotechnology has particular applications in medicine, agriculture, engineering, and similar fields. Biotech organizations may make and market their own products, or they may be departments within another company, such as a pharmaceutical corporation.
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At the same time, in Spain and other parts of Europe, where the same rabbit is welcome as native and therefore ecologically correct, biotechnologists are designing a genetically modified virus that will spread in the wild population to immunize the animal against these diseases.
Biotechnologists would then extract "somatic cells" from my body, for example, skin cells.
This understanding of creativity is all too easily assigned to scientists, especially the life scientists and biotechnologists.
One of the main arguments advanced by biotechnologists has been that the expansion of the world's population will mean we need to grow more and better food, and genetic engineering can help do that.
However, since the late 1980s, biotechnologists have circumvented this law by declaring that whole animals and animal parts which have been subjected to genetic manipulations, are not products of nature, but of humans.
Industrial biotechnologists are working with different modalities to develop new methods having fewer investments per unit peptide therapeutics produced per batch.
The program's broad-based international curriculum encompasses Research and Development, Production as per GMP, Quality Assurance, Regulatory, Product Development and Professional skills, which will enhance the career prospects for fresh biotech graduates as well experienced biotechnologists.
Even though it has only been discovered in recent years the immune system with the cryptic name 'CRISPR-Cas' has been attracting attention of geneticists and biotechnologists as it is a promising tool for genetic engineering.
The finding could one day help biotechnologists to develop crops that can better cope with hotter, drier conditions occurring in climate change.
Chemists, chemical engineers, biotechnologists, and related scientists review current trends and developments in engineering industrial strains of renewable biomass to produce bulk chemicals and biofuels commercially.
ISLAMABAD, March 03, 2012 (Balochistan Times): The experts including international biotechnologists here on Friday called for promotion of bio-technology in the agricultural sector for ensuring food security to the increasing population in the country.
The posts encompass chemists, physicists, engineers, biotechnologists, modellers and economists, and will be funded by the pounds 6.

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