Recent Examples of biotechnology from the Web
Mayor Darrell Steinberg said the science center would not only jump start broader investment along the river, but also help Sacramento achieve its goal of becoming a biotechnology center.
That was followed in 2016 by its biotechnology program.
Genomic insight is the foundation for diverse applications of biotechnology, including the other tools that follow.
The Express-News sat down with Garvin to discuss how his childhood shaped his work ethic, what his experience in finance gives him, and the challenges that face biotechnology companies.
The groom’s father is the founder of a biotechnology management consulting company, now known as Victor Smallberg & Associates.
The life-science sector, which includes pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and medical devices, is one of those industries.
And in December 1984, geneticist Robert Weaver—the son of longtime National Geographic editor Kenneth Weaver—penned a feature about the then-nascent field of biotechnology, kicking off decades of coverage involving this rapidly advancing science.
Both men graduated from MIT, then worked together at a couple of biotechnology companies.
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: the use of living cells, bacteria, etc., to make useful products (such as crops that insects are less likely to destroy or new kinds of medicine)
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