Project by Dylan Montgomery
What is the role of DNA Biotech, and how is it used in testing?
NC's National Rank in Biotech
Biotech In Agriculture
Biotechnology and Keeping Clean
More "Healthy" Stuff
Even though there is many more medicines than just those two in the above sentuence, I'll just use Penicillin as my example. In England, 1927, A microbiologist named Alexander Fleming showed up to his lab to find his bacterial colonies wiped out. He sadly decided to see what happened to them, and found that a fungus, Penicillium, wiped them out. He realized that this could become a very powerful antibiotic.
Years passed, and so did many tests. By June of 1945, over 646 Billion units were being produced each year.