... Biotechnology is technology
based on biology , especially when used in ... biotech is characterized by recombinant DNA technology
. The prokaryote model, E. coli , is used to ...
The Yuuzhan Vong exclusively use organic technology
and regard ...
... practices; and their development of complex technology
. These behavioral differences have given rise to ... , Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness .) technology
has allowed humans to colonize all of the ... and for the preservation and development of technology
and knowledge . Group identity and acceptance ...
Computed axial tomography
... EMI Central Research Laboratories (now Sensura  owned by Creative technology
Ltd.) using X-rays . Allan McLeod Cormack of Tufts University ... greater and metallic implants are usually +1000 HU.
Improvements in CT technology
have meant that the overall radiation dose has decreased, scan times have ...
... a defective mutant allele with a functional one. Although the technology
is still in its infancy, it has been used with some success. Antisense ... can be breached.
Genetic engineering -- DNA -- technology
Gene Therapy: Molecular Bandage? ...
... and evolutionary scales are subject to investigation. The ultimate goal is to extract the logical form of living systems.
and genetic engineering will soon give us the capability to create new life forms in silico as well as in vitro , This capacity will present ...
... Martin and Richard Laurence Millington Synge were awarded the Chemistry Nobel Prize "for their invention of partition chromatography". 
of chromatography advanced rapidly throughout the 20th century. Researchers found that the priciples underlying Tsvet's chromatography could be ...
... have already produced human clones. None of these claims has been independently confirmed. Meanwhile therapeutic cloning appears to be a promising technology
for combating many deadly diseases. It should be noted that natural clones occur - identical twins .
Cloning extinct species
Cloning, or more ...
... released as flatulence ).
In the fields of water purification and sewage treatment , E. coli was chosen very early in the development of the technology
as an "indicator" of the pollution level of water, meaning the amount of human fecal matter in it. The main reasons for using E. coli are that ...
Expressed sequence tag
... by one-shot sequencing of a cloned mRNA , and the resulting sequence is a relatively low quality fragment whose length is limited by current technology
to approximately 500 to 800 nucleotides . ESTs are also a useful resource for designing probes for DNA microarrays used to determine gene ...
... Prize for this work in 1993 .
Mullis was born in North Carolina, and grew up in Columbia, South Carolina. He attended the Georgia Institute of technology
, and received a PhD in biochemistry from the University of California, Berkeley in 1973 .
He has been married four times (including his ...
... of technical publications) Accessed 3/11/05.
UMass Geo Dept. Accessed 3/11/05.
www.immaculata.edu Accessed 3/11/05.
San Jose Science, technology
and Society, 2004-2005 Linus Pauling Memorial Lectures Accessed 3/11/05.
The Endosymbiotic Theory Accessed 3/11/05.
... sea turtles travel is still largely unknown. Tracking devices just don't work for some life forms, and the rigors of the ocean are not friendly to technology
. But these factors are being overcome in many instances.
History of marine biology
In recent times, marine biologists are trying to complete ...
... even the best optical microscope is limited to a resolution of 0.2 micrometres .
History of the microscope
See timeline of microscope technology
It is impossible to say who invented the compound microscope. Dutch spectacle-makers, Hans Janssen and his son Zacharias Janssen , are often ...
Magnetic resonance imaging
Magnetic resonance imaging was developed from knowledge gained in the study of nuclear magnetic resonance . The original name for the medical technology
is nuclear magnetic resonance imaging ( NMRI ), but the word nuclear is almost universally dropped. This is done to avoid the negative ...
... among others.
He died in Baden-Baden , Germany.
History of medicine
Timeline of medicine and medical technology
Thomas Hunt Morgan
... chromosome. Morgan and his students also wrote the seminal book The Mechanism of Mendelian Heredity . Morgan moved to the California Institute of technology
in 1928 . Morgan died in Pasadena, California .
Morgan left an important legacy in genetics. Some of Morgan's students from Columbia and Caltech ...