Presente y futuro de las ciencias de la vida en la Comunidad Autónoma Vasca: enfoque sobre la biotecnología

XV Basque Studies Congress: Donostia-Baiona 2001. SBasque Science and culture and computer networks

Ugalde, Unai

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Donostia-San Sebastián

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Biology has advanced very much in the last few years. Advances like the sequence of the human genome have revealed a vast amount of data. Now the generation of data surpasses the capacity of interpretation and manipulation of such information. Biological research incorporates new information computation and management techniques. Biotechnological companies are analysed. The numbers of those that can be termed as sensu strictore searchers in the Basque Autonomous Community are around 1,500 people, some 360 of which research in new disciplines within molecular and cellular biology, and some 180 are scholars. A development plan is introduced for these disciplines, and an outline is made of certain unknown factors in connection with the culture of registering knowledge in the form of patents.
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