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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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K group: the patients were given 0.2 mg/kg ketamine (Beijing North Institute of Biological Technology, China) and then a mixture of propofol and 0.9% sodium chloride 30s later; K + P group: the patients were given 2 ml of 0.9% sodium chloride and then a mixture of propofol and ketamine 30 s later; M group: the patients were given 2 ml of 0.9% sodium chloride and then a mixture of propofol M/LCT (Beijing North Institute of Biological Technology, China) and 0.9% sodium chloride 30 s later.
The themes of the conference will be about highlighting the role played by biological technology and Nano technology in total petrochemical industries (Polymers), water desalination, power generation, drug industries and advanced materials in the GCC countries, in addition to discussing infrastructure requirements like legal and political frameworks, procedures, researches and applications for knowledge -based production in the GCC countries and reviewing the encouraging opportunities in this field.
They explain its fundamentals and theory, and how it integrates biological technology with mechanical and electric engineering.
"We did not announce the birth of the clone cows until now because it has taken time to check the cows' effective genetic traces," said Li, head of the Biological Technology Lab at Inner Mongolia University.
Economic and Marketing Adviser at the Hungarian Embassy Zoltan Fodor outlined, in this regard, the situation of his country's market, pointing out that priority sectors of international co-operation consist in biological technology, information technology, electrical industries, car industry, shared-service centres, logistic centres and thermal tourism.
One farm currently being built by the Guangzhou Blooming Spring Biological Technology Development Co is hidden in the countryside and invisible from any main road.
Stokesley-based bio-science specialist, Ecosyl Products, which uses biological technology to replace chemicals and acids, also received an award for international trade in recognition of its role helping dairy farmers worldwide.
CLF Ventures has helped Ensolve raise funds for the launch of a new application of their biological technology. Ensolve is also pioneering a system that will clean de-icing chemicals from stormwater at airports before it runs into streams and water bodies, protecting water quality and aquatic life.
GM crop technology replaces chemical technology with biological technology. It is an important step in the right direction.
With the rapid advances in biological technology, who knows - in years to come, they may be brought back to life.
In general, radiological detection technology (such as the well-known Geiger Counter) is mature and reliable; chemical technology (such as infrared detectors) is nearing maturity but still has limitations; and biological technology will require significant development before it can become a useful protection tool.
The winners include: Julie Kang from Centennial College, biological technology program; Wesam Al-Baik, Durham College, chemical engineering technology; Amelia Deschamps, Durham College, environmental technology; Angella Ormsby, Durham College, food and drug technology; Melanie A.

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