Biotechnology refers to the use of living organisms in the development or making of products. It may involve diverse techniques, genomics, the use of recombinant genes, immunological applications, or aim at developing pharmaceutical therapies and diagnostic tests.
Our Posthuman Future
Consequences of the Biotechnology Revolution
First Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Released in the United States
Biotech firm Oxitec launches controversial field test of its insects in Florida after years of opposition from residents and regulatory complications.
The Body Builders
Inside the Science of the Engineered Human
Half-human soldiers, robot servants and eagle drones – the Greeks got there first. Could an AI learn from their stories?
The Coming Biotech Age
The Business of Bio-Materials
Building Global Biobrands
Taking Biotechnology to Market
Free Press, 2003