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Pharmaceutical guide

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If asked to name one thing that affects our life in most phases one would hardly say pharmaceuticals. But wait this is a fact that most of us since our birth depend on pharmaceuticals in one-way or other. Definitely by age our dependence on pharmacy products increases but even teenagers and young ones consume a big percentage of pharmaceutical derivatives.

Pharmaceuticals play a vital role in our day-to-day living. And hence their rising costs are destined to be our major concern. The ever growing prices of pharmaceutical products severely pinches one’s pocket, cause this is one area where there is no choice of take or leave. If a person is suffering from certain disease and the doctor prescribes him any medicines he must purchase it whether it suits his pocket or not. One is left with no choice but to pay the chemist. Hence there is a great need to regulate the prices of drugs, at least to watch that its price is not much above the cost incurred plus a marginal profit for the manufacturing company. As of now many market leaders are found to price their monopoly drugs at a very high rate. Even medicines or regular use are very costly. Drugs sold by prescription being much more expensive than those sold over the counter by the chemist. Hence, a person is often tempted to go for over the counter choice.

Big pharmaceutical players in the market also pay much attention to research and development of new medications possible. A big amount of money is invested in the R & D branch of the industry. Based on the market requirements and demands companies try hard to invent a suitable drug to cure any ailment. Millions are spend in this type of research. And once any company hopes to have created any new medicine it has to pass through many different stages to get the approval of the drug controlling authority, FDA. FDA governs the stages of research, development and manufacture that have been undergone for any new drug before being exposed to consumers. Only after it has approved and given its quality assurance any drug shall be sold to public.

Even before any drug is presented to FDA it undergoes intensive testing which is carried on animals and even humans. These tests confirm about the effectiveness of the medicine and makes sure that the invented drug does not have any serious side effects. Animals that are used to carry these tests often raise a controversy among the environmentalists. They strongly object about animals being tortured for the benefit of mankind. While the companies defend by saying that it is important to save mankind and those animals can easily reproduce. Whatever be the case this controversy goes on forever without a suitable solution. All this research work is necessary so that the ultimate consumer gets nothing but the best.

With the high growth rate in the pharmaceutical industry all the companies employed in this sector are facing though competition. There is a constant endeavor to attract the consumers by direct marketing and efficient advertising plans targeted towards customers. We all need to be aware of what types of drugs are available in the market and take our judgment meticulously and not get carried away by advertisements.

Rising Medical Cost Solution is Online Pharmacy

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Let us discuss about the present medical system in USA. Being ill, one must see a doctor for consultation after paying some fees. Then he will rush to the Medicine shops for medicine, which is the remedial treatment of his disease. If the disease is complicated that warrants stay at hospital and /or operation, he will be admitted to a hospital and can go home after recovery only after paying the bills of the hospital. In every case the bill is fat and some times go beyond the reach of one’s capacity. People like me have studied and raised voice against such system.

Cost of medical treatment is enormous in America, thanks to the systems developed here. There is an unholy nexus between the Insurance companies, doctors and medical Service providers, which has sky rocketed the medical treatment cost. The situation is so much grave that we have once read that 25% of Americans have no health insurance coverage.

Because maintaining the insurance is also a high cost affair and may be beyond the reach of common Americans so much trapped with Credit Card Bills, rising unemployment or under employment or other problems.

The high cost of medicine has led to the development of the On line Pharmacies. Every internet site is now flooded with advertisements of them trumpeting that they are the best and reliable.

We are not very sure about the authenticity of these Online drugs.

The On line pharmacies sell medicines without doctor’s prescription, more over, they offer Online Prescriptions recommending medicines, if any person asks for a particular disease.

This probably helps the person get back the cost of medicines from the Insurance companies. Some times insurance companies refuse to pay the cost of such types of medicines.

The tussle is still on. May be one day federal rule will be enacted so that insurance companies may be forced to pay the online medicine bills to the benefits of common Americans.

The purchasing of medicines from a Discount Pharmacy is very common in the country, as you will get generic drugs at far low price than the Branded ones. So this system is here to stay.

I cannot understand how a Discount Pharmacy can supply medicines with discount! Are they bulk purchase the unpackaged medicines from the manufacturers and package them in their workshop and sell as the generic drug of the branded ones?

In one article I have read that people had to go to either Canada or Mexico to purchase branded drugs at cheap rate. Funny thing is that the medicine is manufactured in America, but cannot be sold at America with affordable price to common citizens, while importers in foreign countries can sale the drug with reduced price. So people residing near the border can cross the border and purchase it at reduced price! Such is the clutch of the Insurance companies in the USA.

So long as this unholy nexus between the insurance companies, health service providers and doctors will last, On line Pharmacy will remain, in spite of propaganda against them.

Because they are the only way to get the right medicines at right moment with or without a prescription with less price which common man can afford.

I am not against the Medical Insurance companies. It is true if we share of risks of high cost of medical treatment among ourselves, nothing is better than this. But it does not mean, that cost of the medical treatment should be jacked up to give the business to the insurance companies so that people are compelled to take the coverage that too also with high premium.

I think Government can do some thing in this respect. People below certain income level can be provided with free treatment or treatment with reduced cost if he is not properly covered under proper medical insurance. My article is getting lengthier. I will raise it again if opportunity comes.

Natural Alternatives to Pharmaceutical Anxiety Medications

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The modern world is a complicated web of required duties, self-imposed duties, social norms, and interpersonal considerations, it isn’t shocking to know that more and more people are succumbing to anxiety. There has to be a perfectly logical reason for the rather sizable market for anxiety medications in the world, after all. However, wise people would understand that not every single problem in the world can be solved by popping a pill. Pharmaceutical solutions aren’t the only ways to deal with all of the anxiety that the world throws at you, particularly since nature provides a few excellent alternatives to practically all forms of medication. While not all herbal and natural anxiety medications are approved by the Food and Drug Administration, a few of them have been verified to have positive effects against anxiety.

There are several herbs that are known to have effective anti-anxiety effects, though results are likely to vary. Among the ones that have clinical studies backing up the claims of the people selling them would be Valerian, which is rapidly starting to seem like an effective herbal treatment for virtually any mood disorder. Valerian is known to contain valerenic acid, which is the closest thing the herb has to an actual active ingredient. This particular component has been known to alleviate the symptoms of anxiety, though no one is entirely sure how it does this. Most experts theorize that the compound somehow triggers the release of neural stimulants, making it similar to how pharmaceutical anxiety medications tend to function.

Green tea can also be used as an alternative to conventional anxiety medications, because it contains L-theanine. L-theanine is an amino acid that is known to also be an effective anti-anxiety treatment. Most patients report that this particular amino acid is just as effective in fighting the symptoms of anxiety as the typical pharmaceutical solution, though it does not have any addictive or habit-forming properties. There are a number of other herbs that have L-theanine, but according to clinical studies, none of them have it in a high enough concentration to have any appreciable or noticeable effect. Most samples of green tea commercially available on the market are also low on L-theanine, but there are variants that contain up to 98% in concentration. These blends are the best if the tea is going to be used to fight anxiety.

The passion flower, according to recently concluded studies into the plant’s medicinal potential, can also be used for conditions such as anxiety and related disorders. However, just like Valerian, not all products that passion flower will contain a high enough concentration of the active ingredient to be of any use to someone with anxiety. In the case of the passion flower, the ingredient that works as a pharmaceutical substitute would be vitexin, which needs to be at 3% concentration or higher to have any appreciable effect. It has been found that a herbal tincture that contains both Valerian and passion flower would be more effective than just taking either herbal remedy on its own.

Internet Pharmacies: Are They For Real?

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Over the past couple of years, prices of basic necessities like food, shelter, and clothing have gone up. The cost of health care services was not spared. Its prices started to follow the lead of the other commodities and went up. But even with assurances of high quality services and the latest in modern technology, to the regular Joe, it still meant that keeping healthy now costs more than what it used to be.

Because of the increase in medicine prices imposed by pharmaceutical companies and their retailers, health insurance providers have started adjusting their own terms and have cut out medication costs from the health care plan’s coverage. This did not bode well for senior citizens who were relying on their health care insurances.

And then came online drugstores. They came like a godsend from heaven, answering the consumer’s prayers for an alternative solution to highly priced prescription drugs that are becoming more and more difficult to obtain.

Are web-based pharmacies for real?

People can’t believe the advantages they can get from using Internet-based drugstores. Below are some of the benefits featured by online pharmacies:

It is very convenient to use. There’s no need to leave the house to buy prescriptions any longer. All you need is a good computer, an Internet connection, and a credit card and you’re all set. With just a few click of the mouse buttons, you’re order is archived for processing. It also saves consumers the hassle of traveling to and from the drugstore to get the medicine.

It is cost-efficient. Most online drugstores are discount pharmacies that offer prescription drugs at almost half its regular price. Aside from saving on medication costs, it also helps save money on traveling fare as there is no longer a need to leave the house to go to the pharmacy and back.

It lets consumers order prescription drugs online without a prescription. Although this feature is much debated, people who are unable to afford or physically seek consult from a licensed physician benefit most from this feature.

The other side of the coin

Using Internet pharmacies comes with potential risks. Especially since the transactions are made over the Internet and there running after hoax companies may be more difficult. Here are some of the possible dangers of buying medications online:

You expose yourself to possible identity theft and credit card fraud. The information you entered through the online drugstore’s medical questionnaire can be used by anomalous individuals to assume your identity and use your information to make purchases or close transactions without your permission.

You may receive counterfeit medications. Copy-cat drugs are dangerous to use because they might contain hidden ingredients that may trigger a fatal drug interaction or a severe allergic reaction.

Now that you know the good and the bad side of using Internet pharmacies, the decision to buy from them is entirely up to you. Make sure you check the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy website to see a complete list of accredited online drugstores that are currently in operation.

Why Becoming a Pharmacist Means You Don’t Have to Worry About Student Loans

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So you want to become a pharmacist but are not sure where to start? Unlike other careers, there really is only one way to go about becoming a pharmacist. And that is to attend a university and gain a degree. For this reason all prospective pharmacists must have fantastic study abilities as well as the commitment to see out a long six year degree.

Pharmacy is one of the most strenuous degrees to complete, however it is very worthwhile as the career opportunities are excellent. Because the degree takes 6 years to complete full time, all pharmacists are in their mid-20’s or older by they time they are qualified. This gives a person ample time to mature and be absolutely certain this is what they want to do with their life. On the upside, pharmacists earn great money, even in their first year out of university. That is what makes all the study worthwhile.

It is not unusual for pharmacists to work long hours but the pay can often reach $40 or $50 per hour, making it one of the most well paid graduate jobs. A starting salary can begin at $90,000 a year; great incentive for completing your degree and beginning your career. However money should not be the reason you choose pharmacy as a career. You must be knowledgeable at mathematics and chemistry amongst other subjects. The technical study is tough but those with the mental capacity to complete it will come out the other end with considerable knowledge and skills.

To get into pharmacy school you must have excellent high school results in chemistry, mathematics and English. If you are lacking in any of these areas then you will need to complete a bridging course or other qualifications at college before applying for a program in pharmacy studies.

What is the Average Pharmacist Salary?

Pharmacists have the respected role of helping the community with their prescription medications and other medications and treatments. A pharmacist is a trusted local person and one that the community looks up to. The extensive knowledge and wisdom of a pharmacist is often drawn upon by those in need. Your work as a pharmacist will provide many challenges and as such you will want to be remunerated accordingly.

So what is the average pharmacist salary? It is significantly higher than many other lines of work with the average salary being around $105,000. The starting salary is often $75,000. Experienced pharmacists have been known to earn in excess of $150,000 per year depending on the location of work placement.

Pharmacists have the unique benefit of being able to become fully fledged science professionals in their early 20s if they begin studying right after high school. This means you can earn considerable amounts of money at a very young age. You can also pay off your college debt considerably faster than other graduates who must persevere with a low paying graduate job, often for several years before moving up the ranks.

What Tasks do Pharmacists Undertake?

Pharmacists undertake many different tasks including the dispatching of medicines, providing advice on the usage of medicines (both prescription and non-prescription) and working with doctors to formulate the best treatment options and emerging treatments for various illnesses.

Pharmacy is one of the few fields of scientific work where you have direct access to the public. This is ideal if you enjoy talking to people and helping customers. It is not a field of work for those who prefer to be out of the public eye, although pharmacists can also take on laboratory positions if they prefer.

What are the Benefits of Becoming a Pharmacist?

Besides the high starting salary, there are other benefits to becoming a pharmacist including:

– Flexible work schedule

– Wide choice of work location

– Ability to use skills to assist community and charities

– Relaxed environment when compared with other health related scientific fields

These benefits are why more and more people are in training to become a pharmacist. Although it is hard work and requires significant academic skills and commitment, pharmacy is a highly rewarding career that will satisfy your desire to use your skills to help other people.

Jatropa Curcas: The Bio Diesel Medicinal Plant

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Jatropa Curcas or locally known as Tuba Bakod in our country has been used by our ancestors as a folkloric medicine for rheumatic pains, snake bites and also insecticide. The leaves are used as medicine for muscle ailments like rheumatic pains. Simply by applying oil on the leaves and heated by flames and then applied to the skin on where the ailments are. Although it has medicinal properties, the fruit and seed is not edible and poisonous when ingested. The leaves have anti-inflammatory properties but toxic when excessively used internally. The pounded leaves when pounded and made into a poultice can be used to aid in snakebites and also effective as an insecticide.

This shrub is erect and the leaves have a usually somewhat rounded at the base, pointed at the tip and toothed at the margins. Distributed though out the Philippines and neighboring Asian countries.

Although this is an important addition to the many medicinal herbs (which you can also find some Philippine medical plants in my site on the resource box link below), it is now been discovered as a good bio diesel alternative or additive. Very cost effective and very close to the chemical properties of (fossil) diesel fuel we are using today. Unlike the coconut oil or alcohol additive, which are expensive to produce, Jatropa curcas or tuba is much cheaper. A liter of pure coco bio diesel would cost over P120 or US$2.50, which is why only small amounts of it can be mixed with regular diesel fuel to produce a competitively priced alternative.

Since there are no much demand for tuba, and very easy to propagate the plants, it is cost effective. And imagine you can extract 1 liter of oil from 3 kilos of seeds. There are no complicated processes of extracting oil from the seeds unlike coconut oil and alcohol bio diesel. Seeds are sun dried and grounded to extract oil from it.

India now leads in the development of Jatropa curcas bio diesel fuel and now people in our country are becoming aware with the help of media. And hoping that the government will push through in promoting this bio diesel fuel. Research on jatropha biodiesel production in the Philippines is being undertaken by the research and development facility in Diliman, Quezon City, of PNOC Energy Development Corp.

In India they are talking about planting jatropha in as much as 33 million hectares of wasteland. The proponents envision plantations that can produce enough oil seeds from which biodiesel could be extracted to meet India’s current diesel fuel requirement of 40 million tons annually. Five tons of jatropha oil seeds can produce two tons of biodiesel.

The Indian proponents of jatropha biodiesel point out, among others, that the plants “grow on poor degraded soils and are able to ensure a reasonable production of seeds with very little inputs. [They are] not grazed by animals [and are] highly pest and disease resistant.”

Work Of A Biomedical Engineer

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What Do Biomedical Engineers Do?

Through combining the fields of engineering, medicine and biology, biomedical engineers are able to develop concepts and procedures that would enable them to solve various medical and health related problems. Their job involves a lot of research that they would be doing with scientists, medical experts and chemists to develop and test items that would be used in the medical field. Some of these items would include artificial organs, prostheses, and instruments.

They also design and evaluate medical equipment such as MRIs, machines used in surgery, machines for blood testing, ultrasound and x-ray machines.

Since the demand for low cost medicines are on the rise, this would give those who are in the field more opportunities, especially those who are involved with pharmaceuticals. Biomedical engineers who have finished their master’s degree are the most sought after in this field.

Day To Day Tasks Of A Biomedical Engineer

Biomedical engineers are in constant research, they are always up to something new. With this, some of the things they would be doing everyday would be have to be done with many other people whether those would be other engineers, chemists, medical experts, and scientists. They work alongside each other for them to be able to develop products and medical systems.

Since biomedical engineers bridge the gap between medicine and engineering, they are expected to have good technical knowledge as well as medical knowledge. Since this job primarily works with teams, excellent communication skills as well as leadership characters would also help greatly.


A bachelor’s degree is the most basic requisite in order for one to be able to work as a biomedical engineer as most career openings in the field would require this as an entry level requirement. Just like how education is necessary, training is also very important. Some parts that would need training are in areas such as mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, and biomedical training. The skills that would be developed here are necessary in order for a biomedical engineer to be able to operate effectively on the field.

Although it could be quite rare, some schools offer undergraduate courses in biomedical engineering. In addition to that, students can also add electives that would equip them with a lot of skills necessary.

Salary And Job Outlook

The average biomedical engineer earns about $80,000 in 2007. Some of the highest paid were those who are working with scientific research and development. They would earn around $92,780 per year. For those positions of which a lot of biomedical engineers desire to have, a master’s degree is required.

While there has only been 7,600 biomedical engineers in 2002, there are now around 14,000 biomedical engineers in the country, most of which are working with medical supplies and equipment while some of them in large employing organizations which would include pharmaceutical companies, scientific research services, and general and medical hospitals.

While most engineering jobs are expected to grow slowly or even decline in the upcoming years, the demand for biomedical engineers is expected to grow. It is projected that there would be a 21% increase in jobs as 3,000 new jobs would be created until 2016. This is because the aging population would increase the demand for more effective equipment and medicines that are more effective.

With that is the increase of demand for cost-effective medications that would also boost the demand for biomedical engineers.

Ten Hottest Careers In Biotechnology


With everyone going loco over global warming, large investments in clean environment and energy depreciation, these dilemmas have created lucrative job opportunities to graduates of biology and other sciences. This list will provide you with a focused career paths for a successful life.

1. Conservation Biologists

Conservation biology is a career with an urgent deadline. The urgent need to preserve the ecosystems around the globe leads to numerous opportunities in research and development for government, and private organizations. Plus, the stimulus package from the government provides new prospects for additional funding.

2. Recycling Technician

Recycling jobs, especially in the United States, is now more than a million. Although the demand for plastic and paper is low, the demand for steel is still high. Around the globe, more than 150,000 people are now working in steel factories. New state laws are also creating a demand for professionals that will spearhead research and development in the recycling process.

3. Farmer

Yes, you have read it right. Farming is one of the oldest jobs in the world. However, in the US the population of farmers is about 2 million people aging 40 years old and above. With the great demand in the food industry, a sustainable agriculture is necessary. Farming requires small-scale resources.

4. Plant Systems Developer.

With the convergence of new innovations and technology, the biology industries is also in need of computer software engineers and systems engineers who will create, design and sustain the networks of plan factories, farms and special laboratories. Systems developers with a large experience in employing recent computer innovations in programming have an edge in this field.

5. Green Entrepreneur

The idea of business ventures has been exported from the mainstream of the business world. Business services in the field of legal, science and accounting is also merged in green jobs.

6. Urban Developer

Developing the urban and regional places is a priority to most countries. Fortifying the transit systems, developing expansions, campaigning use of bicycles is a job for an urban developer. Other important jobs are emergency planning for floods, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, and earthquake. Job opportunities in this field are expected to grow by 20 per cent by the year 2019. The jobs are mainly funded by state.

7. Solar Power Technician

Handling solar power systems such as creating, designing and installing solar equipment is a lucrative career worldwide. The mere installation of solar heaters and rooftop photovoltaic cells is a very high-paying job usually paying $ 30 an hour. Job opportunity in this field is offered all over the United States. There are presently 3,500 companies employing at least 30,000 employers.

8. Forester

The field of modern forestry is a complicated discipline of international programs, ecology, conservation and research development. The World Bank reports an overwhelming 1.5 Billion people who are depending their lives on the forest. Deforestation, which is believed to be the primary cause of global warming, is the prime concern of foresters.

9. Energy Efficiency Developer

Developing systems for up to 43 percent of energy use and greenhouse gas emissions, energy Efficiency Developers are mainly responsible in creating, designing and maintaining techniques and methods to save energy and maximize the energy efficiency of a certain technology.

10. Turbine Fabricator

Turbines are mainly needed for wind farms to produce alternative source of energy. Currently, it employs 300,000 jobs around the globe. Turbines are composed of 90 percent metal creating opportunities for steel fabricators.

Let’s Listen to Bill Clinton’s Advice on Modern Biotechnology

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Since he left office, former U.S. President, Bill Clinton, has dedicated almost all his life championing the cause of the poor, here in America and abroad.

From winning concessions for cheaper drugs from multinational pharmaceutical companies to manage HIV/AIDS – the No. 1 killer disease in poor countries – to fundraising in aid of victims of Hurricane Katrina and Tsunami earthquake, President Clinton has joined the league of men and women who always nurse the dream of a world without hunger and diseases.

Last week, President Clinton continued his efforts when he advised delegates at the BIO 2006 Convention in Chicago to fight the culture of fear that seems to dominate the debate about modern biotechnology.

“We should be driven by science, evidence and argument, not by assertion and fear.”

President Clinton, a staunch supporter of genetic engineering during his presidency (and even now), reminded the delegates that “everything we do to build a world that will be fit for our children and grand children will depend upon continued advances in biotechnology.”

Modern biotechnology, as President Clinton puts it, is a technology that can’t just be wished away by misrepresenting facts, a practice those opposed to this technology have perfected to an art.

Opponents of modern biotechnology and especially genetically engineered foods have taken it upon themselves to mislead and misrepresent. Such behavior only derails the drive to guarantee every man and woman in this world food.

Perhaps, nobody better understands the plight of the world’s poor than President Clinton. He’s a relentless globe trotter and has an eye-witness account of the sufferings of millions of hungry and malnourished children in Africa and Asia. All, then, should heed his advice that modern biotechnology holds the key to sustainable development .

President Clinton’s endorsement of modern biotechnology as a tool to enhance global food security must be taken very seriously.

The world must learn to take the facts as it finds them and keep trying to move humanity forward.

Agricultural Biotechnology: A Closer Look

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Whether or not you live somewhere in the typical farmlands of Central California, Coachella Valley, Orange County, or San Diego, or perhaps in the more modern and high-end areas of Irvine, and La Jolla, you should know that agricultural biotechnology is truly integral in today’s business.

The Meaning of Biotechnology

Many people have been curious and have already asked what biotechnology is really about. Some narrow minded ones have even gone to the extent of questioning as to whether it would mean that civilization is already coming to a close. What needs to be understood is the fact that biotechnology means so much more especially when applied to the field of agriculture.

Agricultural biotechnology the technique that refers to altering the parts of the living organisms or modifying the agricultural products so that crops will be improved and certain microbes will be developed for the sake of cultivation uses.

As defined, biotechnology is actually safe for mankind provided that it is crafted and developed with a steadfast respect for Mother Nature itself and with the tight assurance that no harm is supposed to be done to disturb the equilibrium of things.

Four Main Areas of Biotechnology

These days, biotechnology is actually broken down into for principal categories. The red biotechnology is used in the field of medicine, white biotechnology is utilized in the industrial field, blue biotechnology is nonetheless associated with the aquatic field, and of course, the green biotechnology is applied to the field of agriculture.

When it comes to the medical field, biotechnology is used in widening the coverage of newly developed medicines or therapies and can even be applied to utilize the normal genes as a replacement for the defective ones. They are also found to be good at boosting a person’s immunity.

Biological engineering is somewhat one of the fastest growing fields these days as several bio processes are being developed from the laboratory up to the areas of manufacturing and then industrial scales.

On the other hand, biotechnology is so much useful in line with agriculture as it enhances the yield from the primary crops, heightens the nutritive value of the foods, and then lessens the crops’ vulnerability to either the weather or disease. In fact, the said application can even improve both the texture and taste of the food. It also eliminates the harm that can be imprinted on the country’s water supply by means of cutting down the need to use harmful chemicals and pesticides.

Biotechnology in Agriculture Today and Tomorrow

Agricultural biotechnology doesn’t exist today without any of the so called moral dilemmas and criticisms. Cloning has begun to stir up much controversy in the public and some results are even being questioned especially in line with the possibility of contaminating the other non-genetically customized crops. Nevertheless, this application aims to prove that in the years ahead, there will be newfound ways that will clear up issues on wastes and pollutants that generally affect the environment and the entire world as a whole.