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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Abu Dhabi: Researchers at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) in collaboration with other groups have discovered that the unique genomic traits that allow a local green algae to survive in a desert climate may have far-reaching potential for biotechnical applications.
Ririe has brought his company from the meager surroundings of a potato equipment facility to one of the nation's leading manufacturers of biotechnical diagnostic equipment.
(SMI), Integra Biotechnical LLC and Plastics Engineering & Development (PEDI), we are better positioning ourselves to continue to bring value to our customers through our contract manufacturing services."
According to DaChan, the independent, vertical production of the plant will prevent cross-contamination and drug residue, with the fully-automatic, integrated biotechnical production lines to ensure quality and safety of fodder but also save processing cost.
Nordson ASYMTEK systems are used in semiconductor packaging, printed circuit boards, LEDs, flat panel displays, medical and biotechnical devices, and solar and photovoltaic products.
Biotechnical stabilisation programs have been undertaken for several decades (Siepel et al.
Invista is building internal biotechnical capability to develop biological routes to its products and feedstocks.
He also inaugurated a Biotechnical In Vitro Laboratory with capacity to produce 10 million seedlings that will be administered by the Ministry of Agriculture, built at a cost of RD$376 million.
While in no way minimizing the high degree of competency and creativity of scientists, including trialists, within the pharmaceutical and biotechnical sector, some research questions addressing health outcomes and cost-efficient care fall outside of industry's interest and can only be conducted by academic networks.
Dominic Audia, a science and engineering teacher at West High, said students have to take pre-engineering classes such as principles of engineering and biotechnical engineering before being able to take the aerospace engineering class.
PharMix 1000, 3000, 4000, and D-Series top-entering agitators are specifically designed for demanding pharmaceutical and biotechnical mixing applications.
However, because the Internet and wireless communication technology have become increasingly popular in recent years it is reasonable to predict that mobile technology systems will be used to disseminate knowledge of biotechnical developments in the future.