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White Biotechnology in Pharmaceutical Industry: Market Restraints Ranked in Order of Impact (World), 2011-2020 106
These industries--especially biotechnology and related firms--represent a substantial part of our workforce and economy.
With hundreds of billions of dollars pumped into these precarious, high-risk industries each year, (1) physician executive opinion leaders are needed in biotechnology and pharmaceuticals to help guide the complex research and marketing activities.
Agricultural biotechnology and food security" is an essential topic in the debate.
The workshop was sponsored in part by California Lutheran University, which rents out cloning kits to schools, colleges and universities so they can conduct hands-on biotechnology lessons.
Developing internationally comparable biotechnology statistics has been a challenge for many years, largely due to different survey definitions of biotechnology and of a biotechnology firm.
They have come together to conduct an indepth study on developing a biotechnology plan for Northern Ontario," Margo Shaw, director of Upper Lakes Environmental Research Network, says.
When will the benefits of biotechnology begin to have an impact on our sector?
It is these types of advances through biotechnology that can make our foods more functional and truly benefit the healthfulness of people over the long-term," says Mary Lee Chin, a registered dietitian.
But it gets more exciting during the sophomore year when students branch into biotechnology courses.
Because many biotechnology companies enter into joint ventures and strategic partnerships with companies around the world, Peter Finn, chairman of Ruder Finn's executive committee, says the global perspective Ruder Finn brings from its presence and experience in Europe enables the Biotechnology Group to educate clients about strategic growth and capital market opportunities.
We can achieve the President's ambitious alternative fuel standard by using industrial biotechnology to both increase current ethanol production efficiency and make even more ethanol from cellulosic feedstocks such as corn stover, fast growing trees and wood chips, and dedicated energy crops, including switchgrass," Greenwood continued.
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