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Published 2013 by Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA. 1 Biotechnology – The Science Creating Life “Biotechnology” is a combination of the Greek words bios, techne, and logos, meaning life, technology, and knowledge. Hence, biotechnology is the technical application of existing knowledge on bacteria for the weal of humankind. Or, according to a lessimpassioned deﬁnition from the University of Hohenheim: “ . . ” Even more complex is the 1989 European Federation of Biotechnology (EFB) deﬁnition: “ .
His theories are still rejected by some, notably creationists in the United States, and are less than welcome in the Middle East. Even in Britain a poll in 2006 showed that only 48% of the people believed in Darwin’s evolutionary theories. ” So, obviously, Darwin is still causing waves after 150 years, and most likely he would have been happy to get a fraction of this enthusiasm during his life time. . In 1860, it was the French scientist Louis Pasteur (1822–1895) (founder of microbiology and biotechnology) who was using for the ﬁrst time “pure isolates” (phenotypically identical strains) of Acetobacter to convert alcohol into vinegar.
Applied Biochemistry And Biotechnology by RICHARD G. NELSON, MARIE WALSH, JOHN J. SHEEHAN,