Applied Biotechnology

Biotechnology, in the simplest terms, is the union of biology and technology. Biotechnology harnesses biomolecular and cellular processes to develop technologies, methodologies and products that help, broadly speaking, improve our lives and the condition of our planet. We have used the microbiological processes for millennia to make food products, such as bread, cheese, curd and wine, and to preserve dairy products. Modern biotechnology has provided breakthroughs in technologies to combat rare and debilitating diseases, reduce the negative impact on the planet, increase food production, use less and cleaner energy, and have safer, unpolluted and more proficient industrial manufacturing processes. Recent advances in biotechnology and other life sciences have aided us to prepare for humanity’s most compelling challenges.

  • Biotechnology in medicine
  • Biotechnology in Agriculture
  • Biotechnology in Industry
  • Biotechnology for the environment

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