By M. Raafat El-Gewely
This new sequence goals at overlaying the improvement within the box of biotechnology within the kind of finished, illustrated and well-referenced reports. With the growth within the box of biotechnology either in in addition to in schooling, coupled with the rise within the variety of new journals reporting new ends up in the sector, the necessity for a e-book that's constantly supplying reports is pressing. The target of Biotechnology Annual overview is to fill this hole. Reviewed themes will contain biotechnology functions in drugs, agriculture, marine biology, undefined, bioremediation and the surroundings. primary difficulties facing improving the technical wisdom encountering biotechnology usage, whatever the box of software, should be emphasised. different concerns, facing coverage and legislation of biotechnology in addition to the issues of improvement in constructing nations, as relating to biotechnology, could be integrated within the quite a few issues.
The "Editorial Board" of Biotechnology Annual overview encourages feedback and contributions of articles from or from educational associations that might represent a complete overlaying of a suitable subject in biotechnology. Proposals for contributions and/or feedback for themes for destiny volumes during this sequence can be despatched to the Editor:
Professor M. Raafat El-Gewely division of Biotechnology Institute of scientific Biology college of Tromsø 9037 Tromsø Norway Tel: (+47) seventy seven 644654 Fax: (+47) seventy seven 645350
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