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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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The report presents financial deal term values for Biotech deals, listing by headline value, upfront payments, milestone payments and royalties, enabling readers to analyse and benchmark the financial value of deals.
And Hong Kong at the confluence of East and West, at the doorstep of the worlds second largest economy is the natural home for facilitating a biotech community that can help address some of these pressing needs.
Based on the economic value of the biotech industry and impressive growth precedence, I will humbly submit to the Task Force on Technology-Driven Knowledge Economy to involve all the stakeholders through a more extensive consultative process and pay attention towards pursuing the case of biotech industrialization on a priority basis.
Paraxel Biotech takes a consultative approach to develop tailored strategies that help companies achieve their objectives throughout the journey from discovery, proof of concept, development, registration and ultimately commercialization.
Sharing some estimates of the latest ISAAA report, he pointed out that an estimated 725,000 smallholder Pakistani farmers had been benefiting from the economic gains in using biotech cotton.
Biotech JP is registered with the Philippine Economic Zone Authority.
Kristiansen said the biotech incubator concept is still in its "exploratory phase," and that there are no plans for it to open anytime soon.
It lists quantities of crops, global trends, future prospects, distribution and adoption of biotech crops last year.
"More farmers are planting biotech crops in developing countries precisely because biotech crops are a rigorously-tested option for improving crop yields," said Clive James, founder and emeritus chair of ISAAA, who has authored the ISAAA report for the past two decades.
Since July 20, IBB has plummeted 23%, and the biotech group is officially steeped in bear market territory.
Well, if we look at the global data of contribution of biotech crops, which were introduced in 1996, towards sustainable agriculture so far (between 1996 to 2014), the answer to the above question seems to go in favour of biotech crops.
BioTech got zoning clearance for the new building from the city.