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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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In the past, the planning process in higher education sector no doubt paid attention to get enough biotechnologists, however, relatively lesser attention was given to establish necessary infrastructure required for generating proof of concept in the form of outcome-based research work that can gain the confidence of investors within the country and abroad.
Instead, decision-makers in the US biotechnology-development community, including government regulators, federal advisory committees, and plant biotechnologists in industry or academia, seem to be setting themselves up for a replay of the public mistrust and opposition that have surrounded GMOs since their introduction into the marketplace in the early 1990s.
Dr.M.M.Ashraf has described him biotechnologist and Genetics' specialist and Researcher par excellence while BSA Bajaj Secretary General has described him an important Pillar of Federation of Asian Biotech Associations.
Given the often smallscale teams of biotechnologists labouring in obscurity to bring forth an innovation or idea, the rogue genetic scientist is a good test case.
DNA testing company Sequence Bio won the Business Link 2005 Success Award and drug discovery company IntelliHep director Dr Andrew Powell scooped the award for Young Biotechnologist of Year.
But "Spider-Man" is a world apart from "The Hulk," who is really a brooding and brilliant young nuclear biotechnologist at Berkeley--a man who seems frozen between Stan Lee and Chekhov.
Kish had a 21-year career with Monsanto where he was president of the Nutrition Sector and chief biotechnologist.
Rose is an arthropod biotechnologist with the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service of the U.S.
led by biotechnologist Dr Ian Wthe church's Society, Religion and Technology Project, said: "Society has given Geron and their collaborators certain rights.
The biotechnologist is able to intervene in the most basic life processes, manipulating the genetic material in embryos using needles, enzymes, solvents, radioactive probes and DNA blueprints.
Dr Abid Ali, An expert and Agricultural biotechnologist from Peshawar University, who was also part of Pakistan's delegation said that as agriculture is the backbone of Pakistan's economy, agriculture universities of Pakistan should increase cooperation with Chinese universities to create better quality research to benefit our agricultural sector.
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