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CRISPR-Cas9 & Genome Editing
Learn more about how CRISPR-Cas9 has revolutionized plant breeding and significantly improves crops!
Learn about the contributions of 3D bioprinting and its impacts on living cells / organ donation!
Agarose Gel Electrophoresis
Learn about this popularly utilized laboratory technique, in which its purpose is to separate molecules!
Applications of Biotechnology
Learn about the fundamentals of these applications, including fermentation, molecular diagnosis, etc!
Learn about the subfields and careers in biomechanics, the study of the biological systems's operations!
Learn about what biosensors are used for, including the different types, a detailed process, and the 'father'!
Face Transplants in Biotechnology
Learn about how and why face transplant procedures are employed in close relation with biotechnology!
Genome Editing (CRISPR-Cas9)
Learn about the other technological applications involved in the editing of genes, as well as ethical concerns!
Learn about how the innovations of biotechnology continue to catalyze
effects in the pharmaceutical field!
Introduction to Stem Cells
Learn the essentials of stem cells and why they are renowned in biotechnology by their processes!
Biotechnology + Medical Field Impact
Learn about the perpetually expanding field of biotechnology in the business and medical industry!
With tailored technology in the modern day, learning about its benefits, learn about microbe manipulation!
Polymerase Chain Reaction
Learn which physical components, or "ingredients," are involved in a PCR and its resulting product!
Role of Biotechnology Amid COVID-19
With the pandemic occurring, learn how biotechnology has been recognized in developing treatments!
With potential advantages and risks at the same time, learn more about why gene therapy is done!
Learn about the relationship between antigens & antibodies, including those acquired from b-cells!
Stem Cell Biotechnology
Learn how the regenerative properties of stem cells can produce prospective therapies for diseases / conditions!
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