THE CONTRIBUTION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH

Authors

  • Mayank Pratap Singh Chauhan
  • Prveen
  • Gaurav Bhardwaj

Keywords:

Technology, research, biotechnology, organism.

Abstract

Development in biotechnology is defined as the advancement of technology for use in biological processes and the creation of goods with therapeutic applications. The term "biotechnology" was originally used in 1919 by Karl Ereky, a Hungarian engineer who also discussed the topic. Biotechnology, which combines technology with natural resources of organisms, is used in a variety of disciplines, including the production of plants and human medicine. All those who love bioscience have excellent employment opportunities thanks to biotechnology. In recent years, biotechnology has advanced and broadened its application in a number of scientific fields, including medicine, industry, agriculture, and environmental research. Every advancement in the biotechnological field has the potential to significantly benefit society and elevate standards of living. Biotechnology has developed and expanded recently in a number of areas that aid humanity in creating a seamless lifestyle system. The biotechnology industry can be categorised by colour and includes the bioinformatics (or gold biotechnology), biopharma (or red biotechnology), grey, green, white, blue, dark, violet, and yellow branches. Such colour allies are kept in place in biotechnology development as a result of the use of mice in several biological research with a focus on reproductive, neurological, cardiovascular, and cancer biology. By using these formats, researchers can better grasp biotechnology from a scientific perspective.

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Published

2021-03-08

How to Cite

THE CONTRIBUTION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH. (2021). Journal of Science Innovations and Nature of Earth, 3(1). https://jsiane.com/index.php/files/article/view/164

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