#154 – Diagnostistikk på små biosensorer
Fra Institutt for elektroniske systemer, NTNU
#33 – BioTech — «eksistensiell vitenskap»?
#31 – Kan vi ta kontroll over evolusjonsprosessen?
#32 – Omprogrammere livets kode
#30 – Fremtidens kreftbehandling
Fra Oslo Cancer Cluster (OCC)
#41 – Slik skapes morgensdagens BioTech
#29 – Enorme muligheter med bioøkonomi
#28 – Hvordan kan naturlige proteiner i kroppen bli til «supermedisin»?
#27 – Hva er greia med BioTech og krill i Antarktis?
Fra Aker BioMarine
#24 – De gode mikrobene
Fra Bio-Me AS
#23 – Hvordan kan BioTech gjøre livene våre bedre?
#22 – Hvordan inkuberer man biotek?
#21 – Hva er BioTech?
Fra SIFO, OsloMet
#26 – Verdens mest avanserte bioraffineri
#25 – Biosement
Fra Fysisk institutt ved Universitetet i Oslo (UiO)
The wide concept of “biotech” or “biotechnology” encompasses a wide range of procedures for modifying living organisms according to human purposes, going back to domestication of animals, cultivation of the plants, and “improvements” to these through breeding programs that employ artificial selection and hybridization. Modern usage also includes genetic engineering as well as cell and tissue culture technologies. The American Chemical Society defines biotechnology as the application of biological organisms, systems, or processes by various industries to learning about the science of life and the improvement of the value of materials and organisms such as pharmaceuticals, crops, and livestock. Per the European Federation of Biotechnology, biotechnology is the integration of natural science and organisms, cells, parts thereof, and molecular analogues for products and services. Biotechnology is based on the basic biological sciences (e.g. molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology, embryology, genetics, microbiology) and conversely provides methods to support and perform basic research in biology.
Biotechnology is the research and development in the laboratory using bioinformatics for exploration, extraction, exploitation and production from any living organisms and any source of biomass by means of biochemical engineering where high value-added products could be planned (reproduced by biosynthesis, for example), forecasted, formulated, developed, manufactured, and marketed for the purpose of sustainable operations (for the return from bottomless initial investment on R & D) and gaining durable patents rights (for exclusives rights for sales, and prior to this to receive national and international approval from the results on animal experiment and human experiment, especially on the pharmaceutical branch of biotechnology to prevent any undetected side-effects or safety concerns by using the products).The utilization of biological processes, organisms or systems to produce products that are anticipated to improve human lives is termed biotechnology.