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  • Biotechnology for the 21st Century: New Horizons: 1995 report by the Biotechnology Research Subcommittee of the (U.S.) National Science and Technology Council describes major areas of biotechnology application and identifies research priorities in the field.
  • Canadian Biotechnology Strategy: Consults on biotechnology with provinces, industry and the community. Contains the summary reports of the Halifax meeting and a list of participants.
  • Combinatorial Chemistry: Comprehensive information on combinatorial chemistry and high throughput screening. Includes symposia, published papers, journals, books, jobs, supplier index and online products.
  • Council for Biotechnology Information: Founded by biotechnology companies to create a public dialogue and share information about scientific research, independent expert opinion and peer-reviewed published reports.
  • Cropgen: An education and information initiative for consumers and the media on the subject of crop biotechnology.
  • FAO: Biotechnology in Food and Agriculture: Features news articles, current projects, an electronic forum, meeting schedule and a glossary of terms.
  • High Tech High Biotechnology Program: Features Dr. Jay Vavra's high school projects and educational resources in the biological sciences.
  • I-Bio - Biotechnology in the UK: i-bio - the easy way to access a wide range of information on UK biotechnology. Whatever you're looking for, this government-led site can provide you with a rapid and comprehensive breakdown of relevant material and where to find it.
  • Mass Spectrometry and Biotechnology Resource: Provides reference materials for scientists working with mass spectrometry in the biotechnology industry.
  • Principles of Biotechnology: Explains the basic concepts with some background on genetics and genetic engineering to transfer desired traits. Includes a glossary of trade words and their meanings.
  • USDA: Agricultural Biotechnology: Lists the rules and procedures for obtaining and keeping a US permit to work with genetically modified plants and animals. Defines pharmaceutical and commercial use.

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