Research Methodology and Project Management in Biotechnology is a vital resource addressing core concepts in the dynamic field of biotechnology. This comprehensive textbook focuses on research methodology, techniques, and project management, and provides essential knowledge for students and faculty in life sciences and allied disciplines.
Key features of the book include learning objectives, self-assessments and exercises, and a simple presentation (using bullet points, tables, and figures) designed to assist comprehension and retention of key information.
The book is split into 5 units with 12 focused chapters:
∘ Covers various techniques used in molecular biology, including nucleic acid isolation, DNA fragmentation, PCR, DNA sequencing, and more.
∘ Introduces the process of research writing.
∘ Covers the role of funding, intellectual property rights, and regulations.
∘ Explores DNA sequencing strategies, gene expression analysis, and the role of bioinformatics in drug discovery.
∘ Covers topics such as antisense technology, molecular cytogenetics, pharmacogenomics, next-generation DNA sequencing, and ethical considerations in science and technology.
∘ Covers disease detection and diagnosis, genetic diseases, personalized medicine, nanotechnology, gene therapy, regenerative medicine, and the Human Genome Project.
This textbook is suitable for courses aimed to enhance biotechnology project planning and execution skills and building a professional career path in biotechnology.
Students and faculty in life sciences and allied courses.