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Biotech Regulation Video
Views: 2818 USDAAPHIS
Regulation of cell cycle, Cell Biology (B.Sc.& M.Sc. Biotechnology)
Ms. Shweta Singh, Biyani girls college, jaipur, explains about regulation of cell cycle which is a set of macromolecular events, highly coordinated and leads to cell division. It includes interphase and mitosis. Interphase has G1, S,G2 stage and mitosis has prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase. It also includes certain checkpoints that arrest cell cycle. www.gurukpo.com, www.biyanicolleges.org
Views: 3824 Guru Kpo
The Perilous Ethics of Biotechnology
Molecular Biologist Lee Silver acknowledges that there are special bioethical considerations that come into play for those working on biotech—but insists that much of the opposition to the field is based on ignorance and loaded, misleading language
Views: 5794 Big Think
Matthias Herdegen on the International Regulation of Biotechnology
To watch the full lecture, please go to http://legal.un.org/avl/ls/Herdegen_HS.html Mr. Matthias Herdegen, Director, Institute of International Law and Institute for Public Law, University of Bonn
How Government Regulation is obstructing growth in Agri-Biotechnology
Government Regulation is obstructing growth in Agri-Biotechnology
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Biotechnology in Agriculture- Importance & Scope
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Views: 17162 Agro-Tech Talk
INDIA REGULATORY FORM FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY PRODUCT, Steps involved in getting permission and licence to setup a bio technology company with product like vaccine, drugs, medicine, and research work for Biotechnology. RDNA and NonRDNA products licencing steps. DBT and licencing authorities role involved in Biotechnology products, drug and cosmetic act, vaccine research, state FDA, dgci etc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "पहले से दसवीं तक के कक्षाओं के बच्चों को 500000 रुपए Google दे रहा है |" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3igrbLKMgY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Biotechnology in Hindi for class NEET
Recombinant DNA Technology. Production​ of Human Insulin.
Views: 46225 Khushboo Gulecha Bafna
Biotech Ad: Anti-Regulation
Made with http://biteable.com Song is "Med Sci 1" from System Shock 2. Again, this video is not actually meant to be a real campaign ad. It's just a little something for college.
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Biotech Ad Regulation
Made with http://biteable.com Also, music is "Salvation Closing" by Cheshyre. No, this is not actually a campaign ad for some bill going on in Oregon. It's a college assignment. Sure, it's clunky and ugly but I was using Biteable, which is both idiot-proof and incapable of making videos that are actually GOOD.
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Biotech: Regulation, Innovation and Opportunity
Recorded May 3, 2017, Franklin Equity Group’s Evan McCulloch: “We don’t anticipate any major regulatory changes as a result of the new administration.” All investments involve risks, including possible loss of principal. ***To receive further videos and blog posts from Franklin Templeton, subscribe to one of our channels below*** - Subscribe to our blog, Beyond Bulls & Bears at http://us.beyondbullsandbears.com - Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/FTI_US - Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/FranklinTempleton Copyright © 2017. Franklin Templeton Investments. All rights reserved.
How does misguided regulation impact Maryland biotechnology companies and patients?
Martin Rosendale, a partner at Newport Board Group, talks about the importance of protecting innovation in Maryland.
Analysis of biotechnology regulatory systems in Africa and implications for food security
Samuel E. Timpo of the NEPAD agency ABNE provides the latest news about his research project on biotechnology regulatory systems in Africa.
Biotechnology: Why Uganda needs a bio-safety law
In practice all products of genetic engineering get tested and studied to make sure that they pose no risk to the environment, animal and human health. Ugandan scientists are currently doing their research in accordance with regulations stipulated in the biotechnology and bio-safety policy. However, without a regulatory framework, their hands remain tied. For more news visit http://www.ntvuganda.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our FaceBook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
Views: 956 NTVUganda
2016 APS Annual Meeting - Phytoviews - Changing Regulations in the Face of Changing Technology
Regulation in agricultural research and practice is commonplace. However, despite significant advances in biotechnology, the regulations governing genetically engineered plants and plant pests/pathogens have not changed over the past 29 years. Likewise, regulations concerning select agents have not changed since their inception in 2002. Rules governing both of these groups of organisms are being reevaluated and revisions will appear in 2016. This session will address issues and potential changes surrounding these groups of organisms, as well as examining the regulatory environment for crop protection products. Moderator: David Ouimette, Dow AgroSciences USDA’s Current Thinking on Regulatory Revisions for Biotech Plants and Plant Pathogens presented by Mike Firko, Deputy Administrator, Biotechnology Regulatory Services, USDA-APHIS Perspective and Update on the US Crop Protection Regulatory Landscape presented by Bruce Houtman, U.S. Crop Protection Regulatory Group, Dow AgroSciences Agriculture Select Agent Services Progress through Change presented by Chuck Divan, Unit Director, Agriculture Select Agent Services, USDA-APHIS
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Cell Cycle Checkpoints | Cell cycle regulation 2
This lecture on cell cycle regulation explains about the cell cycle checkpoints and the role of cell cycle checkpoints in controlling cell cycle. It also explains the link between cell cycle checkpoints and cancer. Cell cycle checkpoints are specific time points during cell cycle when the cell decides whether to continue with the cell division or not. Learn more about cell cycle control in this video. For more information, log on to- http://www.shomusbiology.com/ Get Shomu's Biology DVD set here- http://www.shomusbiology.com/dvd-store/ Download the study materials here- http://shomusbiology.com/bio-materials.html
Views: 67427 Shomu's Biology
Career Profile: Strategy Leader, Biotech Affairs and Regulations | Jim Gaffney
Jim Gaffney is the Strategy Leader, Biotech Affairs and Regulations, for DuPont Pioneer. He helps to guide new agricultural products through the regulatory process and to bring them to market in the most efficent way possible. Market to Market Classroom provides insight on the experiences, education and opportunities from a variety of career professionals working in agriculture-related industries. http://iptv.org/markettomarket
Patenting human genes: Ethics, regulation and innovation in biotechnology
Introduced by Prof. Carol Johnson | Facilitator: Assoc. Prof. Rachel Ankeny The University of Adelaide Patents are a well established way of protecting and ensuring the value of innovations in a range of different domains. However patenting has been controversial in the domain of human and other types of genes. Four thousand human genes have been patented already - approximately 20 per cent of the human genome. However, there is growing concern that patenting human genes prevents vital research from progressing and that the main benefits of patenting accrue to organisations hoping to profit from exclusive access. Recently the Federal Government passed the Raising the Bar Bill, designed to protect cancer researchers who wanted access to genetic material patented by corporations, but some are suggesting it doesn't go far enough. One recent case study relates to the patenting of the breast cancer associated genes, BCRA1 and BCRA2, by US-based company Myriad Corporation. Genetic Technologies Limited has the exclusive Australian licence and could legally prevent any other organisation from providing tests based on these genes to women. It also potentially limits the development of new gene-targeted therapies. Are patents on genes really patents on innovations? What should be patentable? Should organisations 'own' exclusive rights to human genetic information? How would researchers attract the investment needed to fund research if the patenting environment were to change? How do we ensure that society continues to benefit from research which may lead to accessible tests and treatments?
Views: 761 IPGRC
Canada’s Regulation of Agricultural Biotechnology by Phil Macdonald
Canada’s Regulation of Agricultural Biotechnology by Phil MacDonald, Director of the Plant Health and Biotechnology Laboratory Services at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) He has been with the CFIA almost since its inception and served in a number of roles related to program delivery before joining the CFIA’s Science Branch in 2005 to help set up a risk assessment capacity for Plants with Novel Traits and serves as the National Manager for the group. Macdonald has acted as the CFIA spokesperson on a number of scientific issues related to the environmental risks posed by genetically modified (GM) crops, delivered risk assessment workshops and capacity building to the international regulatory and scientific community, and represented the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in national and international discussions on the environmental risks posed by plants modified by modern biotechnology. He also represents Canada as a technical expert on the Ad-Hoc Technical Expert Group on Risk Assessment and Risk Management that is developing further Guidance to the Cartegena Protocol on Biosafety. Prior to joining the CFIA, Macdonald worked with the National Research Council in the Cell Signal Group at the Institute of Biological Sciences, and the former Centre for Food and Animal Research at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Gene Regulation -I, BSc Biotechnology by Ms. Deepika Rathore, Biyani College, Jaipur
In this video Ms. Deepika Rathore, Biyani Groups of Colleges, Jaipur, describes about the gene regulation. There are two types of genes i.e. regulatory genes which we can regulate and non regulatory genes which we can’t regulate. www.gurukpo.com, www.biyanicolleges.org
Views: 104 Guru Kpo