Biotechnology

Author:

Ellyn Daugherty

Publisher:

Medtech Publishers

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Availability: Available

Publisher

Medtech Publishers

Publication Year 2020
ISBN-13

9789381714782

ISBN-10 9381714789
Binding

Paper Back

Edition 1st
Number of Pages 464 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 28x21.5x2
Weight (grms) 1006

Biotechnology: Science for the New Millennium is the perfect textbook and lab manual combination program for your classroom! Designed for introductory courses, this complete program teaches the concepts and hands-on lab procedures required for entry-level careers in the rapidly growing biotechnology industry. The textbook and lab manual can be used together or separately, depending on the desired course format.



  • Thorough coverage of the concepts and processes of biotechnology research and manufacturing in the areas of pharmaceuticals, agriculture, industrial products, and instrumentation.

  • Extensive discussion of genomics, microarrays, and proteomics.

  • Exciting information on biotechnological advances in drug discovery, gene therapy, plant-based pharmaceuticals, forensics, and horticulture.

  • Thought-provoking sidebars on bioethics, current events, regulations, emergent trends, recent advances, and research techniques.

  • Substantial presentation of the business side of biotechnology, including opportunities and careers in academic, industrial, and regulatory biotechnology.

  • Includes new and improved sections, projects, and lab activities that address current scientific methods and developments in the biotechnology industry!

  • Updated statistics, figures, and photos.

Ellyn Daugherty

A 30-year veteran biology teacher, Ellyn Daugherty has taught biotechnology since 1988. She is the author, lead teacher, and program administrator for the San Mateo Biotechnology Career Pathway (www.SMBiotech.com). Her model curriculum attracts students into an intensive. multiple-year program in biotechnology that leads them to higher education and into the biotechnology workplace. Ellyn has received several awards for her innovative teaching and curriculum development, including: • BayBio Pantheon Award, Biotechnology Educator, San Mateo Biotechnology Career Pathway, 2010 • The national Biotechnology Teacher-Leader Award, Biotechnology Institute and Genzyme, 2004 • Presidential Award in Science Education, California State Finalist, 2000 • Intel Innovations in Teaching Award. California State Runner-Up, 2000 • Tandy Technology Prize, Outstanding Teacher Award, 1997 • LaBoskey Award, Stanford University, Master Teacher Award, 1995 • Access Excellence Award, NABT and Genentech, Inc., 1994 • National Distinguished Teacher, Commission on Presidential Scholars, 1992