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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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Speaking on the occasion, renowned biotechnologists Dr Kauser Abdullah Malik and Dr Tayyab Hussnain said that modern biotechnology, being one of the important developments of present era, has immense potential for improving agricultural productivity.
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.
The book's audience includes microbiologists, biotechnologists, medical doctors, pharmacists, polymer scientists, and food scientists.
The NIST rheometer could be a particularly valuable tool for biotechnologists studying minute quantities of complex materials that must function in confined spaces.
The readership includes molecular biologists, biotechnologists, developmental biologists, biochemists, molecular pathologists, microbiologists, and medical biologists.
Andile Grootboom and Luke Mehlo, two plant biotechnologists from South Africa's Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), are being trained at Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc.
Already, a Vancouver company, Chromos Molecular Systems, makes a mammalian artificial chromosome that allows biotechnologists to plug in new genes just as new computer chips can be plugged into a motherboard.
Weeks and other biotechnologists pair a marker with an experimental gene intended to give a plant some prized trait, such as increased resistance to its worst insect or disease enemies.
In recent years, biotechnologists have begun inserting genes for human hormones and other important proteins into barnyard animals.
The core market is broad including biotechnologists, biologists, bioengineers, biochemists, and materials scientists.
The recombinant DNA technique allowed biotechnologists to transform the bacteria E.
This work can be used as a reference or as a primer for students, chemists, biotechnologists, and food scientists entering the flavor and fragrance industry.

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