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  • n. A technologist who works in the field of biotechnology


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  • Leena Tripathi, a plant biotechnologist at IITA who helped steer the project, said introducing the gene did not affect the quality of the banana and presented no health risks.

    Ugandan scientists grow GM banana as disease threatens country's staple food

  • The 69-year-old biotechnologist bases his plan on the four Ps—medicine that is predictive, preventive, personalized, and participatory.

    Leroy Hood: Look to the Genome to Rebuild Health Care

  • "The exciting finding is that we have been able to reduce gossypol – which is a very toxic compound – from cottonseed to a level that is considered safe for consumption," said Dr. Keerti Rathore, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station plant biotechnologist.

    Cotton: it's what's for dinner

  • Michal Kaszuba, biotechnologist and CEO at INNO-GENE SA - The test recipients must also provide family members suffering from cancer.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • They will be able to see if they will fall ill to cancer, and if the test is positive they can - under the supervision of a doctor - change their lifestyle, switch to a healthy diet and, above all, will be more inclined for frequent diagnosis, which makes an early detected outbreak of cancer be treated effectively - adds Jacek Wojciechowicz, biotechnologist, Executive Vice President and INNO GENE SA and project coordinator.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • He then went to work for Cargill as a biotechnologist. -- Top News

  • "I think this is a very interesting start to some more research," said biotechnologist

    Wired Top Stories

  • As a biotechnologist, one can get into government institutes and organizations, such as Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and the Rajiv Gandhi

    Daily News & Analysis

  • "With the synthetic approach, we can dream up chemical structures beyond what nature gives us to block different tastes," said Jay Slack, a molecular biotechnologist at Givaudan Flavors Corp. in Cincinnati.

  • But Shanthu Shantharam, a molecular biologist and biotechnologist, feels that Bt brinjal should be embraced. - Articles related to Science to boost food supply


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