Top 10 biotech Universities of the world in 2021
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Top 10 biotech Universities of the world in 2021 You can refer to these two articles
Harvard University: https://www.hbs.edu/mba/academicexperience/jointdegreeprograms/lifesciencesharvardgraduateschoolartssciences/Pages/default.aspx
University of Cambridge: https://www.postgraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/directory/egcempbit
Stanford University: https://gradadmissions.stanford.edu/degrees
University of Oxford: https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/courses/coursesazlisting
University of California: https://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/campusesmajors/majors/
Columbia University: https://www.biology.columbia.edu/programs/mabiotechnologyprogram
Technical University of Denmark: https://www.dtu.dk/english/education/msc
ETH Zurich Swiss Federal Institute of Technology: https://ethz.ch/en/studies/master/degreeprogrammes/engineeringsciences/biotechnologie.html
University of Queensland: https://futurestudents.uq.edu.au/admissions
Artificial Intelligence in Biotechnology | How AI is revolutionizing Biotech
Biotechnology has taken modern society by storm. From its crucial role in agriculture, medicine, genomics, immunology, and other scientific and nonscientific fields, to its vital contributions in the race to discover the COVID19 vaccine, biotechnology permeates almost every aspect of society. The biotech industry, or the broad area of biology involving the use of living systems to develop products using technology, is growing at an unprecedented pace in modern society. In fact, according to a new report, global biotech drug sales generated 290 billion dollars in 2020 and the market size is predicted to reach 2.44 trillion dollars by 2028.
This massive growth is thanks to the explosion of big data in the last few decades that allows biotech scientists throughout the world to gain valuable insights, analyze new trends, and make informed predictions. But as the amount of data, as well as the dire need to utilize this data for the benefit of humanity increases exponentially, it has become critical for scientists to successfully harness this vast amount of structured and unstructured data to perform drug manufacturing, sequencing of DNA and RNA, chemical analysis, etc. at a rapid pace and without any manual errors. So how can this indispensable industry continue to keep up with the surge of big data and latest advancements? Well, this is where Artificial Intelligence comes into play.
Revolutionary AI software and Machine Learning algorithms play a transformative role in effectively harnessing the plethora of data available in this industry and in enhancing productivity, speed, and power for a diverse spectrum of operations.
The biotechnology industry has several subsectors, namely agricultural biotech, animal biotech, industrial biotech, and medical biotech, that skillfully leverage the advancements of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technology.
Agricultural biotechnology serves to develop genetically modified plants to increase crop yields and introduce desired characteristics in them. This subfield uses AI techniques to program autonomous robots to harvest crops at a much faster rate than humans, develop Computer Vision algorithms to process and analyze data captured by drones to monitor crop and soil health, and deploy Machine Learning software to track and predict environmental changes that impact crop yield.
Animal biotechnology is a branch that applies molecular bio techniques to alter animals’ genes to improve their sustainability for industrial or agricultural purposes. Selective breeding at a molecular level is where favorable genetic characteristics among animals are selected and these animals are bred. Machine Learning predicts the expressions of these genes, thus helping scientists to make informed decisions when performing artificial selection.
Industrial biotech involves the production of new enzyme catalysts to maximize and optimize biochemical pathways that can be used in manufacturing. Computeraided designs and AI are helping generate accurate molecule design, and machine learning helps calculate permutations and combinations of different chemicals to reveal an accurate formula without having to conduct lengthy manual experiments in the lab. Operations that usually take 510 years now only take a couple at most with the use of artificial intelligence in biotechnology.
Medical biotech produces drugs and antibiotics to better human health and genetically manipulates cells to produce beneficial characteristics. Machine Learning and Computer Vision are commonly used in the detection of cancers and other diseases, as it makes the identification more precise by improving upon itself every time the algorithm is run. And this personalized medicine is a valuable aspect of AI technology in the medical field.
It is an exciting time ahead for the wonderful world of biotechnology with the power of Artificial Intelligence. The future of biotech is indeed bright!
00:00 Introduction to Biotechnology
00:10 Biotech Fields
00:30 Size of Biotechnology market and drug sales volume
00:47 Big Data in Biotechnology
01:14 Structured and Unstructured Data in Biotech
01:30 Artificial Intelligence in Biotechnology
01:55 Sectors of Biotechnology Agriculture, Animal, Industrial, Medical
02:13 Agricultural Biotech and AI/ML
02:45 Animal Biotech and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
03:15 Industrial Biotech and Computer Aided Designs
04:00 Medical Biotech, Drug Design using AI, Gene Editing
04:42 Convolutional Neural Networks
05:05 Personalized Medicine using AI/ML
05:22 Radiology and AI
05:50 Revenue Projection in Biotech using AI
06:00 AtomWise and CNN
06:16 EyeNuk and Diabetic Retinopathy
06:36 Desktop Genetics Gene Editing
06:45 DeepMind AlphaFold
07:00 Artificial Intelligence Revolutionizing Biotechnology
07:28 AI meets Biotech
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1. Tăng cường tiêu hoá giúp nở to đường ruột trong 3 ngày.
2. Giảm pH đường ruột ức chế vi khuẩn gây bệnh phát triển.
3. Tiết bacteriocin tiêu diệt vi khuẩn gây bệnh trong đường ruột.
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Top 10 Most Innovative Biotech Startups in India
At the moment, India’s biotechnology industry makes up just 3% of the world’s biotechnology market but this number is expected to go up to 19% by 2025. Let’s take a look at India’s top 10 innovative biotechnology startups that are making India and the world a healthier place.
01:20 10 Xcode Life Sciences
02:05 9 MapMyGenome
02:45 8 Oncostem Diagnostics
03:37 7 Sea6 Energy
04:41 6 Pandorum Technologies
05:32 5 Bugworks Research
06:32 4 Zumutor Biologics
07:17 3 Vyome Therapeutics
08:08 2 Farcast Biosciences
09:11 1 MedGenome
10 Xcode Life Sciences: Founded by Saleem Mohammed, Dr Abdur Rub and Naru Narayanan in 2010, XCode Life Sciences focuses on preventive healthcare by enabling individuals to understand their genetic makeup and helping them to improve their lives by creating personalized health, nutrition and fitness plan based on their genetic markers and disease risks.
9 MapMyGenome: Founded by Anu Acharya in 2013, MapMyGenome is a personal genomics startup that offers a Genomepatri Immunity report which helps you understand your genetic makeup while offering insights about your risk towards certain immune system diseases as well as lifestyle diseases.
8 Oncostem Diagnostics: Founded by Manjiri Bakre in 2011, Oncostem Diagnostics is a cancer treatment startup that offers innovative prognostic and preventive solutions. Its flagship product CanAssist Breast is a prognostic test for earlystage breast cancer patients. To date, Oncostem Diagnostics has raised $7 million (Rs 51.5 crore) from Sequoia Capital and Artiman Ventures.
7 Sea6 Energy: The company was founded by four IIT Madras students Sailaja Nori, Nelson Vadasseri, Sayash Kumar, Sowmya Balendiran and their professor Shrikumar Suryanarayan in 2010. Sea6 Energy calls itself an ocean operating system and that’s because it has managed to harness the seaweed grown in oceans in a sustainable way to create a range of bioproducts that can boost agriculture, enhance animal and plant immunity and provide an alternative source of energy. It has raised $8.9 million (Rs 65.5 crore) from investors like Tata Capital and Biocon’s founder and CEO Kiran Mazumdar Shaw.
6 Pandorum Technologies: Founded by Arun Chandru and Dr. Tuhin Bhowmick in 2011, Pandorum Technologies is a biotech company that focuses on tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Back in 2015, it made the headlines when it became the first Indian company to design and 3D print human liver tissue for medical research. Till date, the startup has raised $9.2 million (Rs 67.75 crore) from investors like 500 Startups, 021 Capital, Indian Angel Network and Binny Bansal.
5 Bugworks Research: Founded by Anand Anandkumar in 2014, Bugworks Research is a drug discovery startup that is designing antibiotics that can fight the superbugs which are immune to our traditional drugs. To date, this biopharma startup has raised $16.5 million (Rs 121.5 crore) from University of Tokyo Edge Capital, CARBX, 3one4 Capital and Global Brain Corporation, and Aquipharma Holdings.
4 Zumutor Biologics: Founded by Kavitha Iyer Rodrigues in 2013, Zumutor Biologics is one of the leading immuneoncology startups that help in treating cancer by targeting the body’s immune system. To date, Zumutor Biologics has raised $41.6 million (Rs 306.4 crore) from Accel, Aarin Capital, Chiratae Ventures, and Bharat Innovation Fund.
3 Vyome Therapeutics: Founded by Shiladitya Sengupta and Venkateswarlu Nelabhotla in 2010, Vyome Therapeutics is focused on treating inflammatory diseases like acne using its innovative nextgeneration therapeutic solutions. To date, Vyome Therapeutics has raised $48.3 million (Rs 355.7 crore) from Iron Pillar, Sabre Partners, Kalaari Capital and Aarin Capital.
2 Farcast Biosciences: Founded by Pradip K. Majumder and Mallikarjun Sundaram in 2010, Farcast Biosciences was formerly known as Mitra Biotech. The startup has developed its flagship platform called CANScript which helps oncologists to identify which drug will be most effective for their patients. They have raised $76 million (Rs 560 crore) from Northpond Ventures, Accel, Sequoia Capital, Sands Capital Ventures and TataCapital.
1 MedGenome: Founded by Sam Santhosh in 2013, MedGenome is a biotech startup that offers genomebased diagnostics and research solutions. It uses DNA sequencing to help pharmaceutical companies develop personalized medicines for diseases like can cancer, diabetes and other rare diseases. To date, MedGenome has raised $119 million (Rs 876.4 crore) from investors like LeapFrog Investments, Sequoia Capital, InnoVen Capital and Zodius Capital.
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