Biotechnology Term Paper by Jay Writtings LLC

An overview of biotechnology; its successes, benefits and implications.
# 118118 | 1,881 words | 8 sources | APA | 2009 | US
Published on Jan 07, 2010 in Biology (Biotechnology)

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The paper outlines the achievements of biotechnology and focuses on Mexico's race-based genome project and the United Kingdom's genetically modified rice that is enriched with Vitamin A. The paper looks at the economic benefits that are provided to the United States through biotechnology and its discoveries, and also mentions other environmental benefits as well as the hazards that are associated with the industry. The paper then discusses how in conducting research and using biostatistics, governments, workplaces and academic institutions can prepare plans to protect the public from epidemics and natural disasters.

Biotech Attitudes in Other Countries
Economic Implications
Hazards and Benefits
Serving the Public

From the Paper:

"The true definition of biotechnology is intent on solving our environment while extracting cures for disease and mastering our destiny in an attempt to improve the human condition. Ultimately we wish to discover everything there is to realize in regard to ourselves and the planet we occupy. Utilizing tools of modern biology whether it is molecular biology, chemistry, genomics, or genetics, we understand the biological phenomenon on a new level. In 2005, the one billionth biotech acre was planted. This is a remarkable milestone in biotechnology that will assist in propelling our findings into the future of this science that involves Earth as the only place we know of, with true life."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Black, R. "GM 'golden rice' boosts vitamin A." BBC News 438693328. Mar 2005 Retrieved December 9, 2007 <>.
  • Department of Health. (2006a). Epidemiology: Avian influenza (bird flu). Retrieved December 9, 2007, from Florida's Health: The Florida Department of Health Web site:
  • Department of Health. (2006b). News and events: Protecting against pandemic influenza. Retrieved December 9, 2007, from Florida's Health: The Florida Department of Health Web site:
  • Herrera, S. "Mexico launches bold genome project." Nature Biotechnology 23.9. September 2005 1030. Retrieved December 9, 2007 <>.
  • Hodgson, J. "Ten years of biotech gaffes." Nature Biotechnology 24.3. March 2006 270-273. Retrieved December 9, 2007 <>.

Cite this Term Paper:

APA Format

Biotechnology (2010, January 07) Retrieved May 23, 2022, from

MLA Format

"Biotechnology" 07 January 2010. Web. 23 May. 2022. <>