Scope of Biotechnology, Its Importance and Impacts

Biotechnology is the technologies applied to biology, molecular biology, genetics, and many other subfields of biology. Biotechnology utilizes cellular and biomolecular processes to create technologies and products that help improve our lives and the nature. By making useful food, such as bread and cheese, and preserving dairy products, we have done these for many years by now. Recent biotechnology develops breakthrough products and technologies to fight diseases, reduce our environmental harm, feed the hungry, use less and cleaner energy, and have safer, cleaner and more efficient industrial manufacturing processes.

So far, more than 250 biotechnology health care products and vaccines have been made available to patients, many for previously untreatable diseases. More than 13.3 million farmers around the world use agricultural biotechnology to increase yields, prevent damage from insects and pests and reduce damage done on environment due to farming. And more than 50 biorefineries are being built across North America to test and refine technologies to produce biofuels and chemicals from renewable biomass, which can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

As you see recent advances in biotechnology are helping us prepare for and meet society’s most difficult challenges and Atlas Biotechnologies aims at bringing the most efficient, environment friendly biotechnology products to Turkey in many cities such as Istanbul, Ankara, Tokat, Sivas, zmir, Antalya, Bingöl and many more! Also, Atlas Biotech conducts studies for producing new solutions for the unsolved problems of today in its research lab in Ankara, Turkey.


Biotechnology heals the world by utilizing nature’s own toolbox and using our own genetic makeup to heal and guide lines of research by reducing rates of infectious disease, saving millions of children’s lives changing the odds of serious, life-threatening conditions affecting millions around the world, tailoring treatments to individuals to minimize health risks and side effects, creating more precise tools for disease detection, and combating serious illnesses and everyday threats confronting the developing world.


Biotechnology uses biological processes such as fermentation and harnesses biocatalysts such as enzymes, yeast, and other microbes to become microscopic manufacturing plants. Biotechnology fuels the world by streamlining the steps in chemical manufacturing processes by 80% or more, lowering the temperature for cleaning clothes and potentially saving $4.1 billion annually, improving manufacturing process efficiency to save 50% or more on operating costs, reducing use of and reliance on petrochemicals, using biofuels to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 52% or more, decreasing water usage and waste generation, and tapping into the full potential of traditional biomass waste products.


Biotechnology improves crop insect resistance, enhances crop herbicide tolerance and facilitates the use of more environmentally sustainable farming practices. Biotechnology feeds the world by generating higher crop yields with fewer inputs, lowering volumes of agricultural chemicals required by crops-limiting the run-off of these products into the environment, using biotech crops that need fewer applications of pesticides and that allow farmers to reduce tilling farmland, developing crops with enhanced nutrition profiles that solve vitamin and nutrient deficiencies, producing foods free of allergens and toxins such as mycotoxin, and improving food and crop oil content to help improve cardiovascular health.

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