3 edition of Modern biotechnology activity in New Zealand. found in the catalog.
Modern biotechnology activity in New Zealand.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 51).
|Contributions||New Zealand. Statistics New Zealand.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2003/01060|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||2001339980|
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Get this from a library. Modern biotechnology activity in New Zealand. [New Zealand. Statistics New Zealand.;] -- This report contains the first set of official statistics on the modern biotechnology industry in New Zealand.
It was undertaken by Statistics New Zealand. The discovery that genes are made up of DNA and can be isolated, copied and manipulated has led to a new era of modern biotechnology. New Zealand has many applications for modern biotechnologies.
Humans have been manipulating living things for thousands of years. Examples of early biotechnologies include domesticating plants and animals and.
Downloadable. While there is a large and growing international literature on economic aspects of biotechnology innovation (e.g.
work by Carlsson, McKelvey, Orsenigo, Zucker and Darby) these studies concentrate on the United States and Europe. The New Zealand biotechnology industry may be expected to develop along a different trajectory as a consequence of a markedly different set of initial.
Scope: Firms, government and university units engaged in modern biotechnology activities. The survey excludes all industries which use traditional forms of biotechnologies such as bread- wine- beer-making. Frequency: First survey was carried out in for reference year / Statistics New Zealand is currently in the process of running a Biotechnology Survey for the reference year But recent developments in molecular biology have given biotechnology new meaning, new prominence, and new potential.
It is (modern) biotechnology that has captured the attention of the public. Modern biotechnology can have a dramatic effect on the world economy and society (3).
One example of modern biotechnology is genetic engineering. Home Browse by Title Periodicals Mathematics and Computers in Simulation Vol. 69, No. Modelling innovative activity in the New Zealand biotechnology sector article Modelling innovative activity in the New Zealand biotechnology sectorAuthor: MarshDan, OxleyLes.
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Biotechnology is part of Technology in the New Zealand Curriculum (). However, no definition of biotechnology is provided. In the earlier New Zealand Technology Curriculum (), biotechnology was defined as: “The use of living systems, organisms, or parts of organisms to manipulate natural processes in order to develop products, systems.
Modern biotechnology makes use of the recombinant DNA technology to genetically modify microorganisms, plants and animals in order to make them more suitable for all kinds of applications, such as cultivating food crops, baking bread, making wine, antibiotics and hormones, xenotransplantation, and gene- and stem cell therapy.
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New Zealand is an exporter of dairy, meat, fish, and fruit products, which now include processed foods such as wine, deer velvet, venison, smoked and pickled seafood, cheeses, and yogurt. Multinational food companies are moving their processing plants to Australia so that New Zealand-grown food often finds its way back via that country.
and recommended that New Zealand develop a biotechnology strategy. The Growth and Innovation Framework, launched by the Prime Minister in Februaryalso recognises the importance of biotechnology to New Zealand’s future. We want New Zealanders to participate in and benefit from the development and innovation of this fast-moving.In summary, biotechnology is the '[a]pplication of the theory of engineering and biological science to generate new products from raw materials of biological origin, e.g.
vaccines or food', or, in other words, it can also be defined as 'the exploitation of living organism/s or their product/s to change or improve human health and human.Biotechnology tools are applied in research underpinning biodiversity and biosecurity throughout Aotearoa New Zealand.
Biotechnology research is directed towards developing technology with both economic and environmental outcomes. The OECD has predicted that, bybiotechnology will assume a major role in the global economy with the.