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- North Carolina sets template for tech dreams. Stacklin, Jeff // Crain's Cleveland Business;2/17/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p1
Reports on the Research Triangle Park in Durham, North Carolina. Number of biotechnology companies that are located within the park; Advantages to the company from working within the park; Reason for the success of the park; Features of the park.
- Biotechnology raises ethical questions. // Career World;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p2
Reports that careers related to biotechnology will face ethical controversies in the future. Review questions regarding the meaning of biotechnology; Genetic engineering; Most promising aspects of biotechnology; Alarming ethical implications of biotechnology; Recommended activities regarding...
- SoCal biotech future: Gene mapping, therapy. Lee, Josephine // Orange County Business Journal;9/23/96, Vol. 19 Issue 39, p23
Presents views about biotechnological breakthroughs from researchers and venture capitalists in Orange County, California. Improvement in the management of chronic viral diseases; What will lead the way in understanding the pathology of diseases; Views of Arthur J. Klausner, a researcher on...
- Factories of our future. Dibner, M.D. // Consumers' Research Magazine;Apr89, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p15
Explains biotechnology, which enables the development of products produced in living cells. Methods used; Applications in health care; Agriculture; Energy; The environment. INSET: The biotech explosion..
- Tomorrow is already here. Hunter, B.T. // Consumers' Research Magazine;Feb1991, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p8
Discusses how biotechnology offers the possibility to reduce, or even eliminate, some naturally occurring toxicants in fruit and vegetables. Various biotech projects currently underway; Scientific pros and cons.
- Tomatoes and beyond: Biotech promises. Harlander, Susan // Consumers' Research Magazine;Feb1993, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p26
Presents an adaptation from `Biotechnology in Food Processing in the 1990s.' There are a number of biotechnology applications that will broadly affect all food processing industries. Natural ingredients; Food safety applications; The diary industry; The meat industry; The poultry and egg...
- Biotechnology and genetically altered foods: The future is now--what will we make of it? Weinberg, Linda // Environmental Nutrition;Oct96 Supplement, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p1
Puts biotechnology into perspective as genetically engineered products become increasingly common. Adequacy of regulation; Possibility of allergies to genetically engineered foods; Impact on the environment. INSET: Biotechnology to the rescue, by L.W..
- Perspective on food biotechnology. Miller, H.I.; Ackerman, S. // FDA Consumer;Mar1990, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p8
Discusses how biotechnology is being used to create or change the foods that people eat. Explains what food biotechnology is; Old and new methods; Controversy over the use of biotechnology; Challenges for the Food and Drug Administration; Future application.
- Let's envision a great future for our city. Fruehwald, Kristin // Indianapolis Business Journal;3/24/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p13
Calls on the people of Indiana to support the vision to make the state a center for life sciences. Availability of educational institutions to provide assistance in research and development efforts; Impact on the employment problem; Need for immediate capital investments.
- TECHNOLOGY: Indy ranked 19th for biotech. // Indianapolis Business Journal;2/2/2004, Vol. 24 Issue 48, p16
Ranks the top U.S. locations for biotechnology. Indianapolis, Indiana; New York; Boston, Massachusetts.