Biotechnology for a better world

  • Srijita Dutta Bengal School of Technology
Keywords: Basic need, Biotechnology, Better world

Abstract

Biotechnology is a manipulation technology of living organisms and organic material to serve Human Needs. To make a better world some basic need (sufficient food, healthy life, eco-friendly/anti-polluted environment and employment) of the people should be fulfill. For that biotechnology can be used to struggle with these issues.

Author Biography

Srijita Dutta, Bengal School of Technology

Department of Pharmaceutical Technology,
Bengal School of Technology,
Hooghly, West Bengal, India

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Published
2017-02-01
How to Cite
[1]
Dutta, S. 2017. Biotechnology for a better world. PharmaTutor. 5, 2 (Feb. 2017), 14-15.
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