Nutrient Supplementation

Nutritional supplements are any dietary supplement that is intended to provide nutrients that may otherwise not be consumed in sufficient quantities; for example, vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids or other nutritional substances. Products are usually ingested in capsule, tablet or liquid... Read More

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Microarray Technologies

It is a technology which is used to measure the expression levels of large numbers of genotype multiple regions of a genome or genes simultaneously. microarray technology may be defined as a high-throughput and versatile technology used for parallel gene expression analysis for thousands of gene... Read More

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BioMolecular dynamics

BioMolecular dynamics simulations are important tools for understanding the physical basis of the structure and function of biological macromolecules. Biomolecular Dynamics supports fundamental research in the areas of molecular biophysics, molecular biochemistry, and metabolic biochemistry. The... Read More



Bioenergy use falls into two main categories: “traditional” and “modern”. Traditional use refers to the combustion of biomass in such forms as wood, animal waste, and traditional charcoal. Modern bioenergy technologies include liquid biofuels produced from bagasse and other plants; bio-refineries... Read More


Adaptive Therapy in Bio Robotics

Robotics interacting with Biology.  In adaptive therapy situations, think about being able to use a robotic device to move a limb in the usual “correct” motion.  The robot is interacting in a way to strengthen or train the person.  It can also be used to test.  Situations wh... Read More


Silicone as a plant protector

Silicone has not been previously considered an essential element for higher plants. However, mounting evidence shows that plants do absorb this element. Moreover, modern transcriptomics has revealed the crucial importance of this element in stressful conditions. Based on new research done in 201... Read More

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Optical tomography

An optical tomography is a form of computed tomography that creates a digital volumetric model of an object by reconstructing images made from light transmitted and scattered through an object. Optical tomography is used mostly in medical imaging research. Optical tomography in the industry is us... Read More


Biomolecular screening

Biomolecular screening broadly encompasses biological and biochemical screening approaches in the quest to find new drugs.The current challenge for biomolecular screening, whether biochemical or cell-based, is to translate the wealth of genomic data and the hundreds of potential disease target p... Read More

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Cell Therapy

Cell therapy is the process of replacing the missing cells which produce insulin, the hormone which controls blood sugar. Scientists have been working to develop treatments using stem cells but transforming these cells and replacing them in the pancreas.



One of the biggest applications of biotechnology is in the energy production sector. With fears over the dwindling oil resources in the world and their related environmental impacts, there is a need to protect the globe’s future by finding alternative environmentally friendly fuel sources. Biote... Read More

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Face Transplants

A face transplant is a process of using skin grafts to replace all or a part of the patient’s face with a donor’s face. The first partial face transplant was performed in Amiens, France, in 2005. The next successful transplant was performed five years later in Spain; this was also the first-ever... Read More


Smart Contact Lens

Glaucoma, the second-leading cause of blindness, develops when pressure builds inside the eye and damages retinal cells. Contact lenses developed at the University of California-Davis contain conductive wires that continuously monitor pressure and fluid flow within the eyes of at-risk people. Th... Read More

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Smart Pill

California-based Proteus Biomedical has engineered sensors that track medication use by recording the exact time drugs are ingested. Sand-grain-size microchips emit high-frequency electrical currents that are logged by Band-Aid-like receivers on the skin. The receivers also monitor heart rate an... Read More

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Nerve Regeneration

Nerve damage from neurodegenerative disease and spinal cord injury has largely been considered irreversible. Researchers have made significant progress in synthesizing rare enzymes that promote regeneration and growth of injured nerve cells. Neurotrophins are proteins that promote the developmen... Read More



Clustered Regularly Interspersed Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR) is a relatively new gene-editing system that has been hailed as a groundbreaking tool in medical research. Of its many uses, HIV research is one of them. Researchers can now keep up with the constant genetic mutations by actively... Read More


Targeted Cancer Therapies

Currently, established standard chemotherapies are toxic for healthy cells. Targeted cancer therapies are drugs that work either by interfering with the function of specific molecules or by only targeting known cancerous cells, in order to minimize damage to healthy cells. According to the Natio... Read More


3D visualization and augmented reality for surgery

Surgery is brutal on a human body and medical breakthroughs that make the surgical and healing process more efficient is always welcomed. Biotechnology has now made it possible for doctors to view an entire 3D image of the inside of a patient’s body through the use of MRI and CT scans. This allo... Read More

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Human Genome Project

Often lauded as the one of greatest feat of exploration in human history, the Human Genome Project (HGP) was an international scientific research project coordinated by the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Department of Energy. It was officially launched in 1990 with the goal of determ... Read More

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Stem Cell Research

Stem cells can keep dividing infinitely and have the capacity to differentiate into different types of body cells during the early development of an organism. In a laboratory, researchers can program these stem cells to differentiate into specific types of cells. This is where the innovation of... Read More

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