A Student's Guide to Biotechnology: The history of biotechnology
Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Biotechnology - 4 pages
Presents a guide to understanding biotechnology, providing definitions of words and terms associated with the science, reviewing the history of the field, featuring profiles of important people in biotechnology, and discussing debates over stem cell research, genetics, DNA testing, and other technological advances.
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