What is Environmental Biotechnology ?
The 21st Century is the century of Bio Sciences. Environmental biotechnology has become an area of extensive work due to the dangers brought about by increasing levels of environmental pollution. Already Environmental Biotechnology has made a significant impact in many areas from protection and remediation of the environment, detection and monitoring of pollutants to process innovation and new biomaterial development such as biodegradable plastics. Thus it is not only helping to clear up the mess we make but also prevent them!
As the work is largely related to scientific research, it is important to have a good academic background in science. A high level of intelligence with a scientific bent of mind, determination, perseverance, imagination, innovative approach, ability to work for long hours, originality, team spirit are some essential attributes for becoming a successful biotechnologist.
This fundamental new research revolutionizes the ability to dissect, monitor and control processes at the molecular level to achieve real-time information and computational analysis in complex bio-environmental systems.
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We are twice the tiny fruit fly and a little different from a mouse. This is no joke ! Scientists have unveiled the map of the human genome for the first time. This recent milestone which exceeds our wildest expectations has the potential to revolutionize the practice of medicine. Knowing the human genetic makeup will result in preventive treatments and medicines tailored for each individual.
We have heard of designer apparel but this is also the age of designer seeds!
Undoubtedly, the potential of Biotechnology is unimaginable. The 21st Century is the century of Bio Sciences.
What is it about?
Biotechnology is the industrial use of micro-organisms and living plant and animal cells to produce substances or effects beneficial to people. It is a research oriented field for application in various areas such as medicine, pharmaceuticals, agriculture and environment. Being an interdisciplinary science it encompasses not only biology, but also other subjects including physics, chemistry, mathematics and engineering. Its use and application ranges from fields...