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Synonyms for biotechnology

the branch of molecular biology that studies the use of microorganisms to perform specific industrial processes

the branch of engineering science in which biological science is used to study the relation between workers and their environments

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Providien's SMI provides plastic thermoformed component manufacturing, engineering and design services to the medical equipment marketplace; Integra Biotechnical offers finished, sterile goods to medical device and pharmaceutical OEMs; and PEDI provides outsourced assembly services, plastic injection molding, and engineering to the medical device and life sciences markets.
The biomedical and biotechnical industry has experienced similar growth in the Detroit region.
PLANS: Attend Lafayette College; major in biology, minor in biotechnical engineering.
While medical advances such as antibiotics, transfusions, and pacemakers have improved people's lives, the dark side of biotechnical advances reflects a reckless disdain for human life in the wake of greed.
Moffett says, "The resources of Avesthagen's world-class, state-of-the-art laboratory facilities and 250 researchers allows Renaissance to take the next step in our evolution providing customers novel new ingredients and products backed by a broad base of biotechnical capabilities, including phytoproteomic testing and bioinformatics.
Flint's missing sister is somewhere out there, and his search for her involves him in a world of transformations and conflict between nano and biotechnical evolutionary forces in the riveting GENETOPIA.
While the CAC's original charter was to eliminate trade barriers regarding food and to ensure the quality of food available to people worldwide, its charter mission has proved vulnerable to the influence of big dollar multinational pharmaceutical, agricultural, chemical, and biotechnical corporations.
As part of the global healthcare community, this laboratory's clients include local, regional, and national laboratories, public health institutions, physician practices, clinical trials organizations, and pharmaceutical and biotechnical companies.
The load cells were designed and built by specialty engineering firm NK Biotechnical, Minneapolis, MN.
Ministers have promised that it will take no decision before November on whether to say yes or no to each of the 18 varieties submitted by the biotechnical multi-nationals for import or cultivation in EU member states.
The creation of the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biotechnical and Behavioral Research by the U.
A considerable portion of ingredients in the Food, Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical and Biotechnical Industries are encapsulated to protect them from the environment (moisture, oxygen, other ingredients) and also to control the time releasing of the ingredient or product.
StarLink corn, developed by Aventis Crop Science, incorporates biotechnical modification to control insect damage.
THE American owned, but Irish-based Elan Pharmaceutical company is understood to be among the leading investors in a euro15 million venture capital fund set to boost Ireland's biotechnical industry.