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1. Report [1990 - ]

Journal/Periodical
v. ; 28 cm.
Green Library

2. Annual report [1984 - 1988]

Journal/Periodical
v. ; 28 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
ii, 10 p. ; 30 cm.
Green Library
Book
xiii, 466 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Alternative energy sources
  • Animal breeding
  • Animal testing
  • Animals as a medical resource
  • Anthrax and biological warfare
  • Anthropogeomorphology
  • Antibiotic-resistant bacteria
  • Antibiotics as defense against biological warfare
  • Archaebacteria
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Artificial organs
  • Audio engineering
  • Bioassays
  • Biochemical engineering
  • Biodetectors
  • Bioenergy technologies
  • Bioengineering
  • Biofertilizers
  • Biofuels
  • Biofuels and synthetic fuels
  • Bioinformatics
  • Biological terrorism
  • Biological weapon identification
  • Biomathematics
  • Biomechanical engineering
  • Biomechanics
  • Biometric eye scanners
  • Biometric identification systems
  • Bionics and biomedical engineering
  • Biopesticides and the environment
  • Bioprocess engineering
  • Bioremediation
  • Biosensors
  • Biostratigraphy
  • Biosynthetics
  • Biotechnology and genetic engineering
  • Biotoxins
  • Botany and genetic engineering
  • Botulinum toxin as a biological weapon
  • Bubonic plague as a biological weapon
  • Cell and tissue engineering
  • Cloning
  • Cloning of plants
  • CRISPR-Cas9
  • Cryogenics
  • Desalination plants and technology
  • Detection and prevention of food poisoning
  • Diamond v. Chakrabarty
  • DNA anaylsis
  • DNA banks for endangered animals
  • DNA database controversies
  • DNA extraction from hair, bodily fluids, and tissues
  • DNA fingerprinting as evidence --DNA isolation methods
  • DNA profiling
  • DNA recognition instruments
  • DNA sequencing and crime scenes
  • DNA typing
  • DNA: recombinant technology
  • Dolly the sheep
  • Drug testing
  • Engineering
  • Environmental biotechnology
  • Enzyme engineering
  • Estrogens from plants
  • Fiber technologies
  • Genetic engineering
  • Genetic resources
  • Genetically engineered pharmaceuticals
  • Genetically modified food production
  • Genetically modified organisms
  • Genetically altered bacteria
  • Genomics
  • Human genetic engineering
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Hybridization (botany)
  • Industrial fermentation
  • Intelligence
  • Intensive farming --- Medicinal plants
  • Metabolic engineering
  • Microscopy
  • Mitochondrial DNA analysis and typing
  • Model organisms
  • Molecular systematics
  • Nanotechnology
  • Nanotechnology and the environment
  • Neural engineering
  • Night vision technology
  • Pasteurization and irradiation
  • Pathogen genomic sequencing
  • Performance-enhancing drugs
  • Plant biotechnology
  • Plant breeding and propagation
  • Plant cells: molecular level
  • Plants as a medical resource
  • Polymerase chain reaction
  • Prokaryotes
  • Proteomics and protein engineering
  • Radiocarbon dating
  • Refuse-derived fuel
  • Renewable and nonrenewable resources
  • Reproductive science and engineering
  • Scanning probe microscopy
  • Science of cloning
  • Seed banks
  • Stem cell research and technology
  • Synthetic fuels
  • Tularemia as a bioweapon
  • Zygomycetes
  • Important figures in biotechnology.
Provides students and researchers with an easy-to-understand introduction to the fundamentals of biotechnology. Biotechnology may sound like the latest craze in science fiction, but in truth, humans have depended upon it for thousands of years. Students and researchers interested in learning more about topics such as Artificial Selection, Biofuels, Cell Biology, Chimeras, and more will find over 120 easy-to-understand entries in this addition to the Principles of Science series. More than 120 accessible entries that cover topics related to such important areas as genetics, microbiology, biochemistry, biophysics, biosynthesis and biorobotics. Coverage includes: Artificial Selection Biofuels Biomimetics Bioremediation Cell Biology Chimera Gene Therapy Hybridization Immune Suppression Microbiology Pharmacogenomics Stem Cells Virotherapy This volume provides readers with the important information they need to understand the basic concepts, philospophical and ethical arguments, possibilities, and consequences of biotechnology. This text will be an important addition to high school and undergraduate libraries with a focus on providing up-to-date resources for students engaged in STEM studies as well as to science collections at all levels.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781682176788 20180508
Science Library (Li and Ma)
Book
1 online resource ( xviii, 443 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • Part 1. Bioresources.- Chapter 1. Bioresources: Current status.- Chapter 2. Conservation of Bioresources.- Chapter 3. Biodiversity and the Processes of Law.- Chapter 4. Bioresources for food and nutrition security: the case of wild edibles of Western Ghats.- Chapter 5. Climate change and biodiversity.- Chapter 6. Indigenous Knowledge and Intellectual Property Rights.- Chapter 7. Educating Biodiversity.- Chapter 8. Trends in Biodiversity Documentation and Assessment.- Chapter 9. Biopiracy.- Part 2. Strategies for sustainable utilization.- Chapter 10. Biodiversity mining through transcriptome analysis.- Chapter 11. High-throughput and in-silico screening in drug discovery.- Chapter 12. Metagenomic Approaches for Novel Active Metabolites.- Chapter 13. Ethnic Knowledge in Classification and Conservation: A Case Study of wild yam in Western Ghats.- Part 3. Bioprospecting.- Chapter 14. Prospecting extreme niches.- Chapter 15. Microbial repositories in bioprospecting.- Chapter 15. Gene banks and bioprospecting.- Chapter 16. Bioprospecting traditional medicine.- Chapter 17. Medicinal Plants of India: implications in modern medicine.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811035715 20170703
This book is a compilation of articles on various aspects of bioresources and the processes employed for its judicious utilization. Biodiversity and conservation, food security, gene banks and repositories, laws governing biodiversity, bioprospecting, bioresources in traditional medicine and biodiversity mining are some of the important topics covered in the book. The unique contents of the book make it an important source of information for conservation scientists, academics, activists and to those who are actively involved in product oriented research from bioresources.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811035715 20170703
EBSCOhost Access limited to 1 user
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1 online resource.
  • Dedication; Foreword; Preface; Contents; Contributors; About the Editors; Part I: Enzymes; 1: Enzymes for Bioenergy; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Biomass-Hydrolyzing Enzymes and Their Role in Biofuels Production; 1.2.1 Enzymes for Biomass Hydrolysis - Types and Mode of Action; 1.2.1.1 Cellulases; 1.2.1.2 Endoglucanase; 1.2.1.3 Exoglucanases; 1.2.1.4 Beta Glucosidases; 1.2.1.5 Other Cellulolytic Enzymes and Accessory Proteins; 1.2.1.6 Mechanism of Cellulose Hydrolysis by Cellulases; 1.2.1.7 Hemicellulases; 1.2.1.8 Lignin-Degrading Enzymes
  • 1.3 Microbial Production of Cellulases and the Systems for Cellulose Hydrolysis1.3.1 Cellulose Hydrolysis Through Cell Wall-Bound Enzyme Complexes; 1.3.2 Free/Noncomplexed Systems for Cellulose Hydrolysis; 1.3.3 Other Systems for Cellulose Hydrolysis; 1.4 Regulation of Cellulase Production; 1.5 Cellulase Production Strategies; 1.5.1 Microbes Used for Industrial Production of Cellulases; 1.5.2 Fermentation Strategies; 1.5.3 Solid-State Fermentation (SSF); 1.5.4 Submerged Fermentation (SmF); 1.6 Strategies for Cost-Efficient Cellulase Preparations; 1.7 Perspectives and Conclusions
  • 2.7 Treatment of Bleeding Disorders2.7.1 Recombinant Factor VIII; 2.7.2 Recombinant Factor IX; 2.7.3 Recombinant Activated Factor VIIa; 2.8 Other Therapeutic Enzymes; 2.8.1 Serrapeptase; 2.8.2 Superoxide Dismutase; 2.8.3 Adenosine Deaminase; 2.8.4 Phenylalanine Ammonia Lyase (PAL); 2.8.5 Dornase; 2.8.6 Rasburicase; 2.8.7 Pegloticase; 2.8.8 Glucarpidase; 2.8.9 Ocriplasmin; 2.9 Conclusions; References; 3: Enzymes for Bioremediation and Biocontrol; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Enzymes in Bioremediation; 3.3 Microbial Enzymes as Bioremediators; 3.3.1 Oxidoreductases; 3.3.2 Laccases
EBSCOhost Access limited to 1 user
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1 online resource (604 pages)
  • Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; About the Companion Website; Chapter 1: An Overview of Bioprocess Technology and Biochemical Engineering; 1.1 A Brief History of Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering; 1.2 Industrial Organisms; 1.3 Biotechnological Products; 1.4 Technology Life Cycle, and Genomics- and Stem Cell-Based New Biotechnology; Further Reading; Problems; Chapter 2: An Introduction to Industrial Microbiology and Cell Biotechnology; 2.1 Universal Features of Cells; 2.2 Cell Membranes, Barriers, and Transporters; 2.3 Energy Sources for Cells.
  • 2.4 Material and Informational Foundation of Living Systems2.5 Cells of Industrial Importance; 2.6 Cells Derived from Multicellular Organisms; 2.7 Concluding Remarks; Further Reading; Problems; Chapter 3: Stoichiometry of Biochemical Reactions and Cell Growth; 3.1 Stoichiometry of Biochemical Reactions; 3.2 Stoichiometry for Cell Growth; 3.3 Hypothetical Partition of a Substrate for Biomass and Product Formation; 3.4 Metabolic Flux Analysis; 3.5 Concluding Remarks; Further Reading; Nomenclature; Problems; Chapter 4: Kinetics of Biochemical Reactions; 4.1 Enzymes and Biochemical Reactions.
  • 4.2 Mechanics of Enzyme Reactions4.3 Michaelis-Menten Kinetics; 4.4 Determining the Value of Kinetic Parameters; 4.5 Other Kinetic Expressions; 4.6 Inhibition of Enzymatic Reactions; 4.7 Biochemical Pathways; 4.8 Reaction Network; 4.9 Regulation of Reaction Rates; 4.10 Transport across Membrane and Transporters; 4.11 Kinetics of Binding Reactions; 4.12 Concluding Remarks; Further Reading; Nomenclature; Problems; Chapter 5: Kinetics of Cell Growth Processes; 5.1 Cell Growth and Growth Kinetics; 5.2 Population Distribution; 5.3 Description of Growth Rate; 5.4 Growth Stage in a Culture.
  • 5.5 Quantitative Description of Growth Kinetics5.6 Optimal Growth; 5.7 Product Formation; 5.8 Anchorage-Dependent Vertebrate Cell Growth; 5.9 Other Types of Growth Kinetics; 5.10 Kinetic Characterization of Biochemical Processes; 5.11 Applications of a Growth Model; 5.12 The Physiological State of Cells; 5.13 Kinetics of Cell Death; 5.14 Cell Death and the Sterilization of Medium; 5.15 Concluding Remarks; Further Reading; Nomenclature; Problems; Chapter 6: Kinetics of Continuous Culture; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Kinetic Description of a Continuous Culture.
  • 6.3 Continuous Culture with Cell Recycling6.4 Specialty Continuous Cultures; 6.5 Transient Response of a Continuous Culture; 6.6 Concluding Remarks; Further Reading; Nomenclature; Problems; Chapter 7: Bioreactor Kinetics; 7.1 Bioreactors; 7.2 Basic Types of Bioreactors; 7.3 Comparison of CSTR and PFR; 7.4 Operating Mode of Bioreactors; 7.5 Configuration of Bioreactors; 7.6 Other Bioreactor Applications; 7.7 Cellular Processes through the Prism of Bioreactor Analysis; 7.8 Concluding Remarks; Further Reading; Nomenclature; Problems; Chapter 8: Oxygen Transfer in Bioreactors; 8.1 Introduction.
This book is a short introduction to the engineering principles of harnessing the vast potential of microorganisms, and animal and plant cells in making biochemical products. It was written for scientists who have no background in engineering, and for engineers with minimal background in biology. The overall subject dealt with is process. But the coverage goes beyond the process of biomanufacturing in the bioreactor, and extends to the factory of cell s biosynthetic machinery. Starting with an overview of biotechnology and organism, engineers are eased into biochemical reactions and life scientists are exposed to the technology of production using cells. Subsequent chapters allow engineers to be acquainted with biochemical pathways, while life scientist learn about stoichiometric and kinetic principles of reactions and cell growth. This leads to the coverage of reactors, oxygen transfer and scale up. Following three chapters on biomanufacturing of current and future importance, i.e. cell culture, stem cells and synthetic biology, the topic switches to product purification, first with a conceptual coverage of operations used in bioseparation, and then a more detailed analysis to provide a conceptual understanding of chromatography, the modern workhorse of bioseparation. Drawing on principles from engineering and life sciences, this book is for practitioners in biotechnology and bioengineering. The author has used the book for a course for advanced students in both engineering and life sciences. To this end, problems are provided at the end of each chapter.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119159025 20180213
Book
1 online resource.
  • Background. Immune Network-Based Parameter Estimation. Intelligent PID Controller Tuning Using a Hybrid GA-PSO Approach. GA-PSO-Based PI Controller Tuning for Indirect Vector Control of Three-Phase Induction Motor. Novel Hybrid System Based on GA and Bacteria Foraging. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789814745369 20180205
This book deals with evolving intelligence systems and their use in immune algorithm (IM), particle swarm optimization (PSO), bacterial foraging (BF), and hybrid intelligent system to improve plants, robots, etc. It discusses the motivation behind research on and background of evolving intelligence systems and illustrates IM-based approach for parameter estimation required for designing an intelligent system. It approaches optimal intelligent tuning using a hybrid genetic algorithm-particle swarm optimization (GA-PSO) and illustrates hybrid GA-PSO for intelligent tuning of vector system.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789814745369 20180205
ProQuest Ebook Central Access limited to 3 simultaneous users
Book
1 online resource (233 pages)
  • Background. Immune Network-Based Parameter Estimation. Intelligent PID Controller Tuning Using a Hybrid GA-PSO Approach. GA-PSO-Based PI Controller Tuning for Indirect Vector Control of Three-Phase Induction Motor. Novel Hybrid System Based on GA and Bacteria Foraging. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789814745369 20180521
This book deals with evolving intelligence systems and their use in immune algorithm (IM), particle swarm optimization (PSO), bacterial foraging (BF), and hybrid intelligent system to improve plants, robots, etc. It discusses the motivation behind research on and background of evolving intelligence systems and illustrates IM-based approach for parameter estimation required for designing an intelligent system. It approaches optimal intelligent tuning using a hybrid genetic algorithm-particle swarm optimization (GA-PSO) and illustrates hybrid GA-PSO for intelligent tuning of vector system.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789814745369 20180521

10. Biotechnology [2016]

Book
xv, 833 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Biotechnology, Second Edition approaches modern biotechnology from a molecular basis, which has grown out of increasing biochemical understanding of genetics and physiology. Using straightforward, less-technical jargon, Clark and Pazdernik introduce each chapter with basic concepts that develop into more specific and detailed applications. This up-to-date text covers a wide realm of topics including forensics, bioethics, and nanobiotechnology using colorful illustrations and concise applications. In addition, the book integrates recent, relevant primary research articles for each chapter, which are presented on an accompanying website. The articles demonstrate key concepts or applications of the concepts presented in the chapter, which allows the reader to see how the foundational knowledge in this textbook bridges into primary research. This book helps readers understand what molecular biotechnology actually is as a scientific discipline, how research in this area is conducted, and how this technology may impact the future. * Up-to-date text focuses on modern biotechnology with a molecular foundation* Includes clear, color illustrations of key topics and concept* Features clearly written without overly technical jargon or complicated examples* Provides a comprehensive supplements package with an easy-to-use study guide, full primary research articles that demonstrate how research is conducted, and instructor-only resources.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780123850157 20160618
Science Library (Li and Ma)
Book
xli, 666 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
  • Introduction to Biotechnology Learning Objectives What Is Biotechnology? Animal Biotechnology Agricultural Biotechnology Medical Biotechnology Industrial Biotechnology Environmental Biotechnology Other Emerging Fields of Biotechnology History of Biotechnology Human Genome Project Major Scientific Discoveries in Biotechnology Biotechnology as the Science of Integration Bio-Revolution Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Biotechnology Future of Biotechnology Problems Assignment Online Resources References and Further Reading Genes and Genomics Learning Objectives Introduction Cell as the Building Block of Life Classification of Cells Prokaryotic Cell Eukaryotic Cell Extracellular Organization Cell Membrane Cell Capsule Flagella Intracellular Organization Macromolecules Genes and Genetics Cell Division DNA Replication DNA Interactions with Proteins DNA-Modifying Enzymes DNA Methylation DNA Mutation Tools of Biotechnology Problems Assignment References and Further Reading Proteins and Proteomics Learning Objectives Introduction Significance of Proteins Protein Biosynthesis Protein Structure Protein Folding Protein Modification Protein Transport Protein Dysfunction and Degradation Regulation of Protein Synthesis Regulatory Protein Methods for Protein Analysis Protein Purification Tools of Proteomics Problems Assignment References and Further Reading Recombinant DNA Technology Learning Objectives Introduction Making of Recombinant DNA Significance of Recombinant DNA Technology Role of Restriction Enzymes in rDNA Technology Steps in Gene Cloning Synthesis of Complete Gene Polymerase Chain Reaction and Gene Cloning Significance of Vectors in Recombinant DNA Technology Classification of Vectors Integration of the DNA Insert into the Vector Introduction of the Recombinant DNA into the Suitable Host Increased Competence of E. Coli by CaCl2 Treatment Infection by Recombinant DNAs Packaged as Virions Selection of Recombinant Clones Identification of Clones Having Recombinant DNAs Selection of Clone Containing a Specific DNA Insert Applications of Recombinant DNA Technology DNA Sequencing Microarrays DNA Chips Isolation of Desired DNA cDNA Library Preparation of cDNA Genomic Library DNA Libraries Chemical Synthesis Gene Applications of Synthetic Oligonucleotides Problems Assignments References and Further Reading Microbial Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Structural Organization of Microbes Microbial Metabolism Microbial Growth Microbial Genetics Genetic Recombination in Bacteria Transposable Genetic Elements Use of E. Coli in Microbial Cloning Pathogenic Bacteria Application of Microbes Food Microbiology Microbial Biotechnology Problems References and Further Reading Agricultural Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Plant Breeding Plant Diseases Applications of Molecular and Genetic Tools in Agriculture Herbicide-Tolerant Plants Pigmentation in Transgenic Plants Altering the Food Content of Plants Gene Transfer Methods in Plants Target Cells for Gene Transformation Vectors for Gene Transfer Transformation Techniques Using Agrobacterium Glucuronidase Gene Agroinfection and Gene Transfer DNA-Mediated Gene Transfer Electroporation for Gene Transfer Liposome-Mediated Gene Transfer Gene Transformation Using Pollen Application of Transgenic Plants How Safe Are Transgenic Plants? Bioengineered Plants Genetically Modified Maize Terminator Technology Problems Assignment References and Further Reading Animal Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction History of the Use of Animals in Research Drug Testing in Animals Is Mandatory Most Commonly Used Animals in Research Application of Animal Models Animal Models Animal Biotechnology Regulations of Animal Testing Alternatives to Animal Testing Problems Assignment References and Further Reading Environmental Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Factors Affecting the Environment Global Warming Carbon Footprint Destruction of Forests Air Pollution Major Carbon Dioxide Emission Countries Greenhouse Effect Acid Rain Ocean Acidification Health Hazards Due to Pollution Environment Protection by Biotechnology Bioremediation Mycoremediation Wastewater Treatment Pretreatment Phase Screening Phase Sedimentation Phase Secondary Treatment Phase Activated Sludge Filter Beds Biological Aerated Filters Nutrient Removal Nitrogen Removal Phosphorus Removal Disinfection of Wastewater Sludge Disposal Biofuels Biodiesel Biogas Bioalcohols Bioethers Syngas Solid Biofuels Second-Generation Biofuels Third-Generation Biofuels International Biofuel Efforts Future of Biofuels Biodegradable Plastic Biodegradation by Bacteria Oil-Eating Bacteria Biostimulation and Bioaugmentation Bioleaching Single-Cell Protein and Biomass from Waste Vermitechnology Biosorption Bacteria Fungi Algae Genetically Engineered Organisms Problems Debate Field Visit References and Further Reading Medical Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Antibody Production Therapeutic Proteins Stem Cell Transplantation Bioengineered Skin Bioengineered Organ Transplantation Gene Therapy Molecular Diagnostics Artificial Blood Organ Transplant Cloning Questions Assignment References and Further Reading Nanobiotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Nanotechnology Nanobiotechnology Applications of Nanobiotechnology Nanotechnology in the Food Industry Water Pollution and Nanotechnology Research Trends Problems References and Further Reading Product Development in Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Methods of Scientific Inquiry Commercialization of Scientific Discovery Business Plan Biotechnology Product Development Phases of Biotechnology Product Development Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Biotechnology Industry: Facts and Figures Formation of a New Biotechnology Company Successful Bioentrepreneurship Biotechnology Products and Intellectual Property Rights Biotechnology Stock Investment: Pros and Cons Marketing Trends in Biotechnology Role of Regulators in Biotechnology Product Development Certification and Accreditation Problems References and Further Reading Industrial Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Fermenter or Bioreactor Principle of Fermentation Production of Biomolecules Using Fermenter Technology Development Process of Microbial Products Upstream Bioprocess Downstream Bioprocess Bioprocess Automation Industrial Application of Microbes Industrial Production of Healthcare Products Problems References and Further Reading Ethics in Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Genetically Modified Foods and Plants Use of Animals as Experimental Models Use of Humans as Experimental Models Xenotransplantation Genetic Screening Biometrics DNA Fingerprinting Organ Donation and Transplantation Euthanasia Neuroethics Assisted Reproductive Technology Embryonic Stem Cell Research Questions Assignments References and Further Reading Careers in Biotechnology Learning Objectives Introduction Education and Investment in Biotechnology Research and Development in Biotechnology Biotechnology Industry and Products Biotechnology Status in the United States Career Opportunities in Biotechnology Entry-Level Job Positions in Biotechnology Administration Which Job Is Good For Me? Why Are R&D Jobs the Most Challenging? Salary and Incentives in Biotechnology Problems Assignments Field Visit References and Further Reading Laboratory Tutorials Laboratory Experiments Laboratory Safety Good Laboratory Practices for Biotechnology Labs General Laboratory Techniques General Principles of Animal Handling Animal Anesthesia Animal Histology Blood Collection in Animals Histology and Microscopy Separation Techniques Microbiology Techniques Biochemistry Techniques Molecular Techniques Genetic Techniques Agricultural Biotechnology Microbial Biotechnology References.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498723428 20160619
A single source reference covering every aspect of biotechnology, Biotechnology Fundamentals, Second Edition breaks down the basic fundamentals of this discipline, and highlights both conventional and modern approaches unique to the industry. In addition to recent advances and updates relevant to the first edition, the revised work also covers ethics in biotechnology and discusses career possibilities in this growing field. The book begins with a basic introduction of biotechnology, moves on to more complex topics, and provides relevant examples along the way. Each chapter begins with a brief summary, is illustrated by simple line diagrams, pictures, and tables, and ends with a question session, an assignment, and field trip information. The author also discusses the connection between plant breeding, cheese making, in vitro fertilization, alcohol fermentation, and biotechnology. Comprised of 15 chapters, this seminal work offers in-depth coverage of topics that include: * Genes and Genomics * Proteins and Proteomics * Recombinant DNA Technology * Microbial Biotechnology * Agricultural Biotechnology * Animal Biotechnology * Environmental Biotechnology * Medical Biotechnology * Nanobiotechnology * Product Development in Biotechnology * Industrial Biotechnology * Ethics in Biotechnology * Careers in Biotechnology * Laboratory Tutorials Biotechnology Fundamentals, Second Edition provides a complete introduction of biotechnology to students taking biotechnology or life science courses and offers a detailed overview of the fundamentals to anyone in need of comprehensive information on the subject.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498723428 20160619
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12. Biotechnology [2015]

Book
xv, 443 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
  • History of biotechnology and classical applications in food biotechnology / Robert Kourist and Sarah Gassmeyer
  • Biocatalysis and enzyme engineering / Mathias Lübben and Raphael Gasper
  • Prokaryotes as protein production facilities / Ulrich Kück and Ines Teichert
  • Fungal biotechnology
  • Blue biotechnology / M. Nowaczyk, S. Rexroth, and M. Rögner
  • Biotechnological potential of cyanobacteria / Thomas Happe and Anja Hemschemeier
  • Eukaryotic microalgae in biotechnological applications / Ansgar Poetsch and Andreas Harst
  • Strain design and -omics technologies / Markus Piotrowski
  • Biotechnology of higher plants / Stefan Wiese, Dennis Stern, and Alice Klausmeyer
  • Transgenic animals / Andreas Faissner, Jacqueline Reinhard, and Ursula Theocharidis
  • Stem cell biology and applications in neuroscience / Olivia A. Masseck, Katharina Spoida, and Stefan Herlitze
  • Optogenetics / Hermann Lübbert
  • Drug development and registration / Axel Mosig
  • Bioinformatics.
Science Library (Li and Ma)
Book
ix, 381 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
  • Preface / Introduction / Science Basis for Contemporary Bioengineering / Gene and Genome / Gene Engineering / Cells and Cell Engineering / Enzymes and Enzyme Engineering / Microorganism and Fermentation Engineering / Contemporary Bioengineering Technologies, Agriculture and Light Chemical Industry / Contemporary Bioengineering Technologies and Biomaterials / Contemporary Bioengineering and Biological Medicine / Infection and Immunity / Biodiversity and Environmental Management / Safety and Social Ethics of Contemporary Bioengineering Technologies / References.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781842655573 20160614
CONTEMPORARY BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING, divided into 13 chapters, discusses the basic concepts and principles of contemporary bioengineering, gene and genome, genetic engineering, cells and cell engineering, enzyme and enzyme engineering, microorganism and fermentation engineering, contemporary bioengineering technologies and agriculture, light chemical industry, biological materials, biological medicine, biodiversity and environmental management. The book emphasis on both basic knowledge and frontier findings, and it is written not only for readers to understand contemporary bioengineering itself but also for those students with non-bioengineering specialty to find the connection between bioengineering and their own specialty.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781842655573 20160614
Science Library (Li and Ma)
Book
xvi, 318 p., [2] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
  • Microscopy techniques for analyzing the phase nature and morphology of biomaterials-- Scattering techniques for structural analysis of biomaterials-- Quantitative assays for measuring cell adhesion and motility in biomaterials-- Assays for determining cell differentiation in biomaterials-- Bioreactors for evaluating cell infiltration and tissue formation in biomaterials-- Studying molecular-scale protein-surface interactions in biomaterials-- Assessing the mutagenic effects of biomaterials: analyzing the cellular genome and abnormalities-- Using microarrays to measure cellular changes induced by biomaterials-- Standards and methods for assessing the safety and biocompatibility of biomaterials.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781845698102 20160612
Biomaterials and medical devices must be rigorously tested in the laboratory before they can be implanted. Testing requires the right analytical techniques. Characterization of biomaterials reviews the latest methods for analyzing the structure, properties and behaviour of biomaterials. Beginning with an introduction to microscopy techniques for analyzing the phase nature and morphology of biomaterials, Characterization of biomaterials goes on to discuss scattering techniques for structural analysis, quantitative assays for measuring cell adhesion, motility and differentiation, and the evaluation of cell infiltration and tissue formation using bioreactors. Further topics considered include studying molecular-scale protein-surface interactions in biomaterials, analysis of the cellular genome and abnormalities, and the use of microarrays to measure cellular changes induced by biomaterials. Finally, the book concludes by outlining standards and methods for assessing the safety and biocompatibility of biomaterials. With its distinguished editors and international team of expert contributors, Characterization of biomaterials is an authoritative reference tool for all those involved in the development, production and application of biomaterials. * Reviews the latest methods for analyzing the structure, properties and behaviour of biomaterials* Discusses scattering techniques for structural analysis, quantitative assays for measuring cell adhesion, and motility and differentiation* Examines the evaluation of cell infiltration and tissue formation using bioreactors.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781845698102 20160612
Science Library (Li and Ma)
Book
315 p. : ill ; 23 cm.
  • Contents Preface 1 Definitions and historical evolution of biotechnology Introduction-- Definitions of biotechnology-- Historical evolution of biotechnology-- Biotechnologies in ancient and Middle Ages history-- Classical biotechnology-- Contemporary biotechnology-- References 2 Microorganisms General aspects about microorganisms-- Characterization of useful microorganisms-- Viruses-- Characterization of viruses-- Multiplication of viruses-- Bacteria-- Bacterial cell structure-- Bacteria multiplication-- Chemical composition of bacteria-- Classification of bacteria-- Fungi-- General morphological characters-- General physiological characters of fungi-- Reproduction-- Classification of fungi-- Metabolism of microorganisms and their metabolites-- Energy metabolism-- Transport of substances through the membranes-- Catabolism-- Carbohydrate catabolism-- Lipid catabolism-- Protein catabolism-- Hydrocarbon catabolism-- Compounds with one carbon atom catabolism-- Alcohol catabolism-- Fatty acid catabolism-- Anabolism-- Microbial growth curve-- Metabolites-- Primary metabolites-- Secondary metabolites-- References 3 Biotechnological processes Biotechnological process assessment criteria-- Productivity-- Efficiency-- Final concentration-- Energy consumption-- Unproductive consumptions-- The quality of biological material-- Biosynthesis processes-- Surface cultures-- Submerged cultures-- Anaerobic fermentation-- Aerobic fermentation-- Prefermentation operations-- Culture media-- Sterilization-- Inoculum-- Bioconversion processes-- Amino acids through bioconversion-- Vitamins through bioconversion-- Steroid bioconversion-- Bioconversion of antibiotics-- Other bioconversions-- Cell culture process-- Biotechnology of plant cell and tissue cultures-- Equipment required for cell cultures-- Plant cell and plant tissue cultures in vitro-- Plant cell and plant tissue culture optimization-- Biotechnology of animal cell cultures-- Industrial culture of animal cells-- Uses of animal cell cultures-- References 4 Bioreactors Introduction-- Types of bioreactors-- Operating mode of bioreactors-- Parameters of bioprocesses-- Temperature-- Agitation-- Aeration-- Solid-state cultivation - stationary cultivation-- Flasks shaken-- Stirring bioreactors-- Bubble-driven bioreactors-- Packed-bed bioreactors-- Fluidized bed bioreactors-- Carbon dioxide-- Ph-- Redox potential-- Foaming-- Viscosity-- Pressure-- Flow-- References 5 Downstream processing Introduction-- Disintegration of cells or tissues-- Extraction-- Filtration methods-- Filtration and microfiltration-- Membrane filtration-- Dialysis-- Ultrafiltration-- Reverse osmosis-- Centrifugation-- Precipitation-- Precipitation with mineral salts-- Precipitation with a non-solvent-- Crystallization-- Chromatography-- Adsorption chromatography-- Partition chromatography-- Ion exchange chromatography-- Permeation chromatography-- Affinity chromatography-- Covalent chromatography-- Electrophoresis-- Drying-- Evaluation of separation process-- References 6 Bioprocesses modelling Introduction-- Kinetic models for cell mass growth rate and formation of products-- The role of oxygen in aerated processes-- References 7 Some practical examples of biotechnologies Introduction-- Food biotechnology-- Wine-- Food biotechnology and ethics-- Biotechnology of antibiotics-- Enzymes biotechnology-- Environmental biotechnology-- Bioremediation-- Microbial bioremediation-- Phytoremediation-- Prevention-- Process improvement and product innovation-- Green energy-- Organic agriculture-- References.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781845646660 20160608
Comprising seven chapters, this book comprehensively covers all topics of biotechnology. A unique, concise and up-to-date resource, it offers readers an innovative and valuable presentation of the subject. It has been carefully prepared to present the concepts with the help of diagrams, figures and tables. It covers the fundamental aspects and applications of biotechnology for the production of valuable products and services. Each chapter is presented in a simple and systematic way to provide a thorough understanding of the core principles of science, the interrelationships between biotechnology and other disciplines and how biotechnology affects our everyday lives. The basic concepts of each step to be followed in developing a biotechnology process are clearly explained and their functions are highlighted. Recent developments in other fields have also been included to provide a contemporary understanding of the subject and the large domain of biotechnology applications. The last chapter contains some of the most recent examples of biotechnology applications such as green chemistry or environmental biotechnology. Finally the book presents an annex which contains some of the most important discoveries that led to the development of biotechnology today. This book is suitable for undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate students studying in areas of biotechnology, as well as researchers, engineers and commercial agents involved in this field.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781845646660 20160608
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Book
1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Preface to the Second Edition / Preface to the First Edition / Acknowledgement / Biotechnology - An Overview / Genetic Engineering and Gene Cloning / Gene Transfer Mechanisms in Bacteria / Plant Cell and Tissue Culture / Plant Biotechnology / Animal Cell and Tissue Culture / Animal Biotechnology / Industrial Biotechnology / Healthcare Biotechnology / Environmental Biotechnology / Bioinformatics / Nanobiotechnology / Enzyme and Protein Engineering / Biotechnology and Ethics / Further Readings / Glossary / Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781842657546 20160615
BIOTECHNOLOGY: An Introduction (Second Edition) discusses all the relevant informations on important aspects and areas of biotechnology i.e. Genetic Engineering, Plant Tissue Culture, Plant Biotechnology, Healthcare Biotechnology, Environmental Biotechnology, Bacterial Genetics, Animal Tissue Culture, Animal Biotechnology, Industrial Biotechnology, Ethics in a simple and lucid manner.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781842657546 20160615
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xxxi, 576 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
  • Introduction to Biotechnology What Is Biotechnology? Animal Biotechnology Agricultural Biotechnology Medical Biotechnology Industrial Biotechnology Environmental Biotechnology Other Emerging Fields of Biotechnology History of Biotechnology Human Genome Project Major Scientific Discoveries in Biotechnology Biotechnology as the Science of Integration Bio-Revolution Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Biotechnology Future of Biotechnology Genes and Genomics Introduction Cell as the Building Block of Life Classification of Cells Extracellular Organization Intracellular Organization Macromolecules Genes and Genetics Cell Division DNA Replication DNA Interactions with Proteins DNA-Modifying Enzymes DNA Methylation DNA Mutation Tools of Biotechnology Proteins and Proteomics Introduction Significance of Proteins Protein Biosynthesis Protein Structure Protein Folding Protein Modification Protein Transport Protein Dysfunction and Degradation Regulation of Protein Synthesis Regulatory Protein Methods for Protein Analysis Protein Purification Tools of Proteomics Recombinant DNA Technology Introduction Making of Recombinant DNA Significance of Recombinant DNA Technology Role of Restriction Enzymes in rDNA Technology Steps in Gene Cloning Synthesis of Complete Gene Polymerase Chain Reaction and Gene Cloning Significance of Vectors in rDNA Technology Classification of Vectors Integration of the DNA Insert into the Vector Introduction of the Recombinant DNA into the Suitable Host Increased Competence of E. coli by CaCl2 Treatment Infection by Recombinant DNAs Packaged as Virions Selection of Recombinant Clones Identification of Clones Having Recombinant DNAs Selection of Clone Containing a Specific DNA Insert Applications of Recombinant DNA Technology DNA Sequencing Microarrays DNA Chips Isolation of Desired DNA cDNA Library Preparation of cDNA Genomic Library DNA Libraries Chemical Synthesis Gene Applications of Synthetic Oligonucleotides Microbial Biotechnology Introduction Structural Organization of Microbes Microbial Metabolism Microbial Growth Microbial Genetics Genetic Recombination in Bacteria Transposable Genetic Elements Use of E. coli in Microbial Cloning Pathogenic Bacteria Application of Microbes Food Microbiology Microbial Biotechnology Agricultural Biotechnology Introduction Plant Breeding Plant Diseases Applications of Molecular and Genetic Tools in Agriculture Herbicide-Tolerant Plants Pigmentation in Transgenic Plants Altering the Food Content of Plants Gene Transfer Methods in Plants Target Cells for Gene Transformation Vectors for Gene Transfer Transformation Techniques Using Agrobacterium ss-Glucuronidase GUS Gene Agroinfection and Gene Transfer DNA-Mediated Gene Transfer Electroporation for Gene Transfer Liposome-Mediated Gene Transfer Gene Transformation Using Pollen Application of Transgenic Plants How Safe Are Transgenic Plants? Bioengineered Plants Genetically Modified Maize Terminator Technology Animal Biotechnology Introduction History of the Use of Animals in Research Drug Testing in Animals is Mandatory Application of Animal Models Animal Models Animal Biotechnology Biotechnology and Fish Farming Regulations of Animal Testing Environmental Biotechnology Introduction Factors Affecting the Environment Environment Protection by Biotechnology Medical Biotechnology Introduction Antibody Production Therapeutic Proteins Stem Cell Transplantation Bioengineered Skin Bioengineered Organ Transplantation Gene Therapy Molecular Diagnostics Artificial Blood Organ Transplant Cloning Nanobiotechnology Introduction Nanotechnology Nanobiotechnology Applications of Nanobiotechnology Nanotechnology in the Food Industry Water Pollution and Nanotechnology Research Trends Product Development in Biotechnology Introduction Methods of Scientific Enquiry Commercialization of Scientific Discovery Business Plan Biotechnology Product Development Phases of Biotechnology Product Development Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Biotechnology Industry: History and Facts Formation of a New Biotechnology Company Successful Bioentrepreneurship Biotechnology Products and Intellectual Property Rights Biotechnology Stock Investment: Pros and Cons Marketing Trends in Biotechnology Role of Regulators in Biotechnology Product Development Certification and Accreditation Industrial Biotechnology Introduction Fermenter or Bioreactor Principle of Fermentation Production of Biomolecules Using Fermenter Technology Development Process of Microbial Products Upstream Bioprocess Downstream Bioprocess Bioprocess Automation Industrial Application of Microbes Industrial Production of Healthcare Products Ethics in Biotechnology Introduction Genetically Modified Foods and Plants Use of Animals as Experimental Models Use of Humans as Experimental Models Xenotransplantation Genetic Screening Biometrics DNA Fingerprinting Organ Donation and Transplantation Euthanasia Neuroethics Assisted Reproductive Technology Embryonic Stem Cell Research Human Cloning Careers in Biotechnology Introduction Education and Investment in Biotechnology Research and Development in Biotechnology Biotechnology Industry and Products Biotechnology Status in the United States Career Opportunities in Biotechnology Entry-Level Job Positions in Biotechnology Administration Which Job Is Good for Me? Why Are R&D Jobs the Most Challenging? Salary and Incentives in Biotechnology Laboratory Tutorials Laboratory Experiments Laboratory Safety Good Laboratory Practices for Biotechnology Labs General Laboratory Techniques General Principles of Animal Handling Animal Anesthesia Animal Histology Blood Collection in Animals Histology and Microscopy Separation Techniques Microbiology Techniques Biochemistry Techniques Molecular Techniques Genetic Techniques Agricultural Biotechnology Microbial Biotechnology Glossary.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781439820094 20160606
The focus of Biotechnology Fundamentals is to educate readers on both classical and modern aspects of biotechnology and to expose them to a range of topics, from basic information to complex technicalities. Other books cover subjects individually, but this text offers a rare topical combination of coverage, using numerous helpful illustrations to explore the information that students and researchers need to intelligently shape their careers. Keeping pace with the rapid advancement of the field, topics covered include: * How biotechnology products are produced * Differences between scientific research conducted in universities and industry * Which areas of biotechnology offer the best and most challenging career opportunities * Key laboratory techniques and protocols employed in the field The contents of this book are derived from discussions between teachers and undergraduate students and designed to address the concepts and methods thought useful by both sides. Starting with the fundamentals of biotechnology, coverage includes definitions, historical perspectives, timelines, and major discoveries, in addition to products, research and development, career prospects, ethical issues, and future trends. The author explains that even before it had been classified as its own field, biotechnology was already being applied in plant breeding, in vitro fertilization, alcohol fermentation, and other areas. He then delves into new developments in areas including stem cell research, cloning, biofuels, transgenic plants, genetically modified food/crops, pharmacogenomics, and nanobiotechnology. Incorporating extensive pedagogy into the content, this book provides plenty of examples, end-of-chapter problems, case studies, and lab tutorials to help reinforce understanding.
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SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xxi, 300 p. : ill.
  • The Bioprocessing Industry-An IntroductionSummaryAppendix I: Complete Lines of Disposable SystemsMillipore Offers an Extensive Line (www.millipore.com)Chromatography Columns Safety of Disposable SystemsPolymers and AdditivesPartnering with VendorsResponsibility of SponsorsRegulatory RequirementsRisk AssessmentBackground International Guidance and Standards ContainersProprietary Bag SuppliersGeneric Bag SuppliersTank Liners2D Fluid Containers2D Powder Bags3D BagsTransportation ContainerSummaryMixing SystemsTypes of MixingStirring Magnetic MixerStirring Mechanical Coupling Mixer Tumbling MixerOscillating MixerPeristaltic Mixer SummaryDisposable Bioreactors Xcellerex BioreactorCellexus BioreactorCELL-tainer Cell Culture SystemWave-Mixed BioreactorsStirred Single-Use BioreactorsIntegrity (TM) PadReactor (TM)CellReady BioreactorThe Game Changers in Disposable Bioreactor Industry Connectors and TransfersTubingFittings and AccessoriesPumpsAseptic CouplingAseptic ConnectorsWeldingAseptic Transfer Systems Tube SealersSamplingConclusion Controls Sampling Systems TRACE SystemOptical Sensors Biomass SensorsElectrochemical SensorsPressure SensorsConclusions Downstream ProcessingThe Case of Monoclonal Antibodies: A GE ReportMembrane Chromatography Virus Removal BuffersFluid Management BioseparationDepth FiltrationUltrafiltration Integrated Systems Filling and Finishing SystemsRobert Bosch Packaging SystemsPDC Aseptic Filling SystemsSummaryFiltrationDead-End FiltrationCross-Flow FiltrationFiltration MediaPolymer Membranes Microfiltration Cross-FlowConclusionRegulatory ComplianceRegulatory BarriersIrradiation and Sterilization ValidationEnvironmental ConcernsBiosafetyLiquid WasteIncinerationPyrolysisGrind and AutoclaveLandfillTreatmentOverall Environmental ImpactSummaryAppendix B: Classification of Human Etiologic Agents on the Basis of HazardAppendix K: Physical Containment For Large-Scale Uses of Organisms Containing Recombinant DNA MoleculesEpilogue Large ScaleIntegrityFlexibilityUniversal UseScale-UpCostOut of SteamValidationLeachablesAnimal OriginsThe Stainless ChallengeStandardizationUpstreamComplianceHigh-Expression Cell LinesFlexible FactoriesSmall CompaniesUnitary SystemsBiosafetyAutoclavesSIP/CIPDistilled Water LoopsLow Ceiling HeightsModular SystemsGentle Mixing2D BagsFluoropolymer BagsProtein CaptureDownstream ProcessingClosed SystemsMolecule-Specific FacilitiesMax-Dispo ConceptLeachables/ExtractablesMultipurpose Disposable BioreactorsBibliographyIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781439866955 20171218
Because of many misconceptions, the biological drug manufacturing industry does not fully utilize disposable components, despite their wide availability. These misconceptions include concerns for the quality of materials, running costs, scalability, the level of automation possible, and the training of staff needed to include these components in existing bioprocessing systems. Not fully realizing the long-term benefits, many manufacturers are unwilling to discard investments made in fixed equipment and traditional stainless steel systems. Regulatory and environmental concerns, however, will eventually compel manufacturers to adopt disposable systems. Making a strong case for disposables, Disposable Bioprocessing Systems demonstrates the true potential of these systems. Written by a researcher and professor with hands-on experience in designing, establishing, and validating biological manufacturing facilities worldwide, and creating model facilities using maximum disposable technology, this book is the first comprehensive introduction to understanding disposable systems. It gives an overview of the current state of the disposable bioprocessing industry, resolves all controversial issues, and guides readers in choosing disposable components that meet their needs. An important chapter on safety addresses facts and myths about the use of plastics and elastomers-including the issue of leaching-and how to ensure regulatory compliance. Helping readers understand their choices, the book describes the equipment and systems available to prepare the starting materials for the manufacturing of biological drugs-from disposable containers to filters. The author also discusses costs, regulations, and concerns about waste disposal, and shares his predictions for the future of the disposable bioprocessing industry. A practical manual for those interested in the transition to disposable systems, this book will also interest students of bioprocessing. It offers a timely view of disposable bioprocessing technology as a "game changer" that will facilitate developing new drugs and conducting research in the emerging field of stem cells and gene therapy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781439866955 20171218
Book
xviii, 340 p. : ill ; 29 cm.
  • 1. The Biotechnology Century and Its Workforce 2. An Introduction to Genes and Genomes 3. Recombinant DNA Technology and Genomics 4. Proteins as Products 5. Microbial Biotechnology 6. Plant Biotechnology 7. Animal Biotechnology 8. DNA Fingerprinting and Forensic Analysis 9. Bioremediation 10. Aquatic Biotechnology 11. Medical Biotechnology 12. Biotechnology Regulations 13. Ethics and Biotechnology Appendix I: Answers to Questions Appendix II: The 20 Amino Acids of Proteins Glossary Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780321766113 20160607
Thoroughly updated for currency and with exciting new practical examples throughout, this popular text provides the tools, practice, and basic knowledge for success in the biotech workforce. With its balanced coverage of basic cell and molecular biology, fundamental techniques, historical accounts, new advances and hands-on applications, the Third Edition emphasizes the future of biotechnology and your role in that future. Two new features--Forecasting the Future, and Making a Difference--along with several returning hallmark features support the new focus.
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Science Library (Li and Ma)
Book
279 p. ; 24 cm.
  • * Acknowledgments * What Is Biology? * Building with Biological Parts * Learning to Fly (or Yeast, Geese, and 747s) * The Second Coming of Synthetic Biology * A Future History of Biological Engineering * The Pace of Change in Biological Technologies * The International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition (iGEM) * Reprogramming Cells and Building Genomes * The Promise and Peril of Biological Technologies * The Sources of Innovation and the Effects of Existing and Proposed Regulations * Laying the Foundations for a Bio-Economy * Of Straightjackets and Springboards for Innovation * Open Source Biology, or Open Biology? * What Makes a Revolution? * Notes * Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674060159 20160603
Technology is a process and a body of knowledge as much as a collection of artifacts. Biology is no different - and we are just beginning to comprehend the challenges inherent in the next stage of biology as a human technology. It is this critical moment, with its wide-ranging implications, that Robert Carlson considers in "Biology Is Technology". He offers a uniquely informed perspective on the endeavors that contribute to current progress in this area - the science of biological systems and the technology used to manipulate them. In a number of case studies, Carlson demonstrates that the development of new mathematical, computational, and laboratory tools will facilitate the engineering of biological artifacts - up to and including organisms and ecosystems. Exploring how this will happen, with reference to past technological advances, he explains how objects are constructed virtually, tested using sophisticated mathematical models, and finally constructed in the real world. Such rapid increases in the power, availability, and application of biotechnology raise obvious questions about who gets to use it, and to what end. Carlson's thoughtful analysis offers rare insight into our choices about how to develop biological technologies and how these choices will determine the pace and effectiveness of innovation as a public good.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674060159 20160603
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