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The BioVoyage Institute Now Offering Hands-On Training Programs For Biotechnology Products & Applications
Date:3/14/2013

hen, one of the main concerns and priorities of the 21st Century is the need for more fuels for heating, aircrafts, automobiles, etc. This is dictated by countries becoming more industrialized, and as such, the need for gasoline is exponentially increasing and there is only so much fuel available. Now, the alternative to non-renewable energy sources that can be produced cheaply is using enzymes and bacteria for Biofuel. The Institute can easily train learners to master the technique of developing this technology to help solve a foremost global problem.

Another project that is viable, is the use of biotechnology for forensic applications (Science and technology to investigate). Here a learner can build his/her own tools for identifying DNA, RNA or proteins. Recombinant DNA technology is another powerful tool, which one can use to genetically engineer fruits, flowers, fish, crops etc., to feed the world’s population. The Institute will train learners to become producers and owners of the technology.

Yet, another pivotal project is the production of juices. For health and other reasons people have been turning to natural juices, more so than ever. In the past 10 years, the price and consumption of natural juices in the United States alone has skyrocketed. It is a fact that enzymes are widely used in the food industries to expedite chemical reactions. The Institute will train community learners, and non-degreed persons -- to become pioneers of this technology.

The few crucial projects referenced herein are very relevant to preserving the 21st Century infrastructure and human existence. The BioVoyage Institute will prepare elementary, middle and high school, college and adult learners for the biotechnology era. The Institute endeavors to train adult learners in laboratory techniques, and analytical skills used in the biotechnology industry. Such learners would become more proficient in performing routine techniques, and therefore be better prep
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