Biotechnology

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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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* Review of current pipeline of Viventia Biotechnologies Inc.
* Product profiles for late stage and clinical stage products of Viventia Biotechnologies Inc.
* Recent updates of the Viventia Biotechnologies Inc.'s pipeline in the last quarter.
Studies that involve conventional animal and plant biotechnologies are carved out in various universities and colleges (for example Ambo, Hawassa, Jimma, Wondo Genet).
It also established breeding and conservation programmes to enhance productivity and adaptation of livestock, and also provided capacity building to strategic partners to undertake R&D by using conventional and modern biotechnologies in animal health and genetics.
As a nation gifted with enormous amount of animal resources, the development and use of modern biotechnologies shall have far-reaching contributions.
However, never before have the tools been available to redesign nature with the precision and speed that the new agricultural biotechnologies permit.
The new biotechnologies also allow the rapid movement of diverse genetic materials across previously insurmountable biological, chemical, and physical barriers to create microorganisms, plants, and animals in a manner desired and designed by humans and their organizations.

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