Bio Tech & Bio Materials

Biotechnology & Biomaterials

Hatching New Biotechnology Ideas- Harvard Or MIT

Many universities all over the world are trying to convert their ideas and research works in to the money by patenting or licensing them. Studies suggest that these universities are earning their research in to big companies and drugs by the use of knowledge or technology transfer. Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 22/02/2013 at 01:23

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Biotechnology meets Fashion

Very soon we would see models flouncing along the ramp wearing dresses made from the fibre made from genetically engineered crops.  Discovery of new Fabrics with the help of Biotechnology and its applications enable the industry to combine several functionalities in one material. Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 02/02/2013 at 06:20

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Biotechnology and Evolutionary Trends

Biotechnology has brought the sudden changes by producing engineered products and has caused a revolution. Previously evolution almost had limited the transfer of DNA to members of the same species through sexual reproduction. Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 14/12/2012 at 06:35

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Biomaterials & Tissue Engineering

Biomaterials are the things which interact with the biological system mainly with the mammalian tissue. Although many types of biodegradable polymers have been developed but the mechanical properties of these polymers are not well-matched with natural tissues. Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 04/12/2012 at 04:31

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Foods Prospects and Genetic Modifications

GMOs are very common these days are not very new, although have created a big splatter in the news recently.  Many items in food stores contain genetic modified organisms or constituents that have been scientifically engineered for certain improved traits. Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 04/12/2012 at 04:31

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Biotechnology in Cloning Perspective

Cloning is an asexual reproduction technique or procedure of creating genetically identical organisms that already found in nature. Cloning in biotechnology is intended cloning of an organism or molecular cloning of DNA fragments. Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 30/11/2012 at 06:06

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