Biotechnology

Biotechnology

From the discovery of Chimpanzees are ancestors of humankind to the discovering that human DNA measures 200 billion kilometres, biotechnology has evolved a long way now. Almost every nation on the surface of this planet is advancing their research for cultivating the use of biotechnology and other areas of bio-sciences. This includes fields like molecular biology, bio-engineering, biomedical engineering, bioinformatics, biomanufacturing, molecular engineering, biochemistry, and much more.
The fields like agriculture, medicines, and food production have been using biotechnology for so long but now that the new researches have given birth to the diverse science branches like genomics, recombinant gene technique, and applied immunity, and many more there seems to be huge scope for new inventions and discoveries that we haven’t thought of yet. That might open new gates and new branches of science that might help the human race living the life of another level.
Back then, biotechnology was practised only in agriculture for getting quality seeds of crops and good yield by cross-breeding and cross-pollination methods for plants as well as for animals. In the food industry, the micro-organisms were used to produce cheese, yoghurt, bread, beer, and wine. And in the medical field, scientists and researchers have been using biotechnology for making various drugs and anti-biotics to cure diseases. And this is how biotechnology has been used for a long time from the history of humankind.
The late nineteenth century became a milestone in the development of biotechnology. And since then the researches, discoveries, and inventions took a good leap towards the success and solutions in this area. Yet, so many things are there to be discovered and so much revolution is yet to happen with biotechnology.
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