Summary: Washington D.C [USA], Sept 1 (ANI): Advancement in pioneering technology of an artificial womb to save extremely premature babies is being hailed as a medical and biotechnological
breakthrough, revealed researchers.
Virus-free potato mini tubers obtained in the biotechnological
laboratory were also first sown here.
Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari said earlier this month that patients in the regional states were being treated with Iran-made biotechnological
Ipsen is a global specialty-driven biotechnological
group with total sales exceeding [euro]1.2 billion in 2014.
Services concession: management of the service of promotion, selection, implementation and monitoring of bioenterprises in the biomedical and biotechnological
field with the ultimate goal of improving the diagnosis and treatment of patients and providing the methodological service within the framework of the research activity of the public university hospital fuenlabrada
innovation was published in the recent edition of the globally renowned Int Urogynecol, a journal of the International Urogynecological Association.
Rice Science: Biotechnological
and Molecular Advancements
Plant and animal breeding are examples of traditional biotechnological
Understanding how the larvae eat plastic could provide a biotechnological
method of disposing of bags and packaging, a major source of land and sea pollution, say scientists.
"Given the fast rate of biodegradation reported here, these findings have potential for significant biotechnological
applications," the authors wrote.
A pharmaceutical complex in the city of Karaganda, Kazakhstan will become a producer of cancer drugs and injectable biotechnological
medicines for malicious tumours, the country's Ministry of Health Care said on Thursday.
In this paper, a comparison of the following two lab scale methods used for graphene preparation is presented: (1) the chemical reduction method and (2) the biotechnological
reduction by Escherichia coli (E.