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Another major concern is the use of biotechnology. The Sun (2013)There is a fledgeling biotechnology industry and a fourth university has just opened. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His discoveries were of considerable use in understanding disease and they provided the basis of the biotechnology industry. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Applicants for the funded post in its chemical engineering and biotechnology department need a 2:1 degree and good maths. The Sun (2014)The complex tax credit regime must be simplified to reduce the administrative burden, say manufacturers and the biotechnology industry. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Future opportunity for the UK pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry is significant. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The synthesis of DNA led to key advances in genetic engineering and to the foundation of the biotechnology industry. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Just 4% of global funds available to biotechnology firms are won by British companies. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pharmaceuticals firms, biotechnology companies and medical devices manufacturers This is a defensive field as people always require healthcare. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The threat also highlights a looming crisis in the European biotechnology industry, which includes hundreds of small companies that have yet to turn a profit. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'biotechnology'
British English: biotechnology NOUN
Biotechnology is the use of living parts such as cells or bacteria in industry and technology.
...new ways to improve the performance of oil-based products using biotechnology.
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