Microbiology is the study of organisms that are too small to be seen by the naked eye. Uses for microbiology include medicinal purposes, production of food substances and degradation of toxic waste.
The study of pathogens is incredibly important in healthcare. A pathogen may be a virus, bacteria, fungus or any other microorganism that can cause disease. Studying these microorganisms allows biologists to understand the processes involved in the disease and to form a counter treatment. Microbiology studies the microorganism itself, while pathology is concerned with the disease itself.
Bacteria may be used in the industrial production of amino acids, and bacteria and fungi may be used for industrial fermentation. Acetic acid, citric acid and ethanol are all produced by fermentation.Contratar a Microbiologists
Requiero una persona que pueda enseñar a alguien microbiología desde cero. La persona lo aprenderá por pasión, por Hobbie, así que la idea es encontrar la forma de hacerlo lo más práctico posible. El educador debe guiar a la persona en la compra de los mejores dispositivos necesarios para la práctica
I need help with a timed task related to Environmental Biotechnology. Topics include: Oxidation – Reduction reactions and Kinetics Bacterial energetics Kinetics and reactors Activated Sludge Process Nitrogen removal and Anaerobic digestion Etc.
Freelancer who is experienced and has good background knowledge in this topic Bioinformatics and Genomics in molecular medicine, good writing skills for this project.
Hawk-Research is looking for specialists in the field of Biotechnology, Biology and Biostatistics, for a remote, part-time job to assist our clients with different tasks and questions. Please check our website hawk-research to see what are we looking for. Payment starts from $30 up to $120 per hour of work
For this project you will need to have good understanding and background knowledge of these: Chromatin, Enhancers, Promoters and transcription, RNA stability and translation, Splicing, Repetitive elements and transposons. Genome in flux: repetitive sequences, transposons, retroviruses