Biotechnology              Dr. Fariborz Ghadar         William A. Schreyer Chair ofGlobal Management, Policies and Plannin...
Biotechnolo           gy
Biotechnolo           gy
Biotechnolog      y
Biotechnolog   The Past, The Present,      y      and The Future.
Biotechnology
Biotechnology        Definition:the application of scientificand engineering principals   to the processing of   material by...
The Outlook:
The Outlook:Within the next 30 years, Biotechnology is believed to lead our  world into the next wave for health, primary ...
Factors That Shape         Biotechnology    1. Demographic Changes2. Environmental Sustainability  3. Unexpected High-Impa...
Factors That Shape         Biotechnology    1. Demographic Changes2. Environmental Sustainability  3. Unexpected High-Impa...
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What   HasHappened So Far?  Do you like this slide? I  can’t tell if I do or if it  needs something else...
What         Has      Happene      d So Far?        Do you like this slide? I        can’t tell if I do or if it        ne...
Past & The Present
Past & The PresentAgriculture
Past & The PresentAgriculture  Medical
Past & The PresentAgriculture  MedicalIndustrial
Past & The PresentAgriculture  MedicalIndustrial
10 Years           Do you want me to           include a slide that           defines what GM           crops are, or is t...
10 Years                Do you want me to                include a slide that                defines what GM              ...
Agriculture             enhances crop herbicide tolerancefacilitates environmentally sustainable farming practices.
Agriculture             enhances crop herbicide tolerancefacilitates environmentally sustainable farming practices.       ...
Agriculture             enhances crop herbicide tolerancefacilitates environmentally sustainable farming practices.       ...
Agriculture             enhances crop herbicide tolerancefacilitates environmentally sustainable farming practices.       ...
Agriculture      -enhanced nutrient profiles and the need of fewerapplications of pesticides that allow farmers to reduce t...
AgricultureConsumer Concerns on GM
Agriculture         Consumer Concerns on GM-increasing need for scientists to discover new     knowledge and of developers...
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Past & The Present
Past & The PresentAgriculture
Past & The PresentAgriculture  Medical
Past & The PresentAgriculture  MedicalIndustrial
Past & The PresentAgriculture  MedicalIndustrial
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    1. 1. Biotechnology Dr. Fariborz Ghadar William A. Schreyer Chair ofGlobal Management, Policies and Planning; and Director, Center for Global Business Studies Pennsylvania State University Email: fghadar@ghadar.com Web site: www.ghadar.com
    2. 2. Biotechnolo gy
    3. 3. Biotechnolo gy
    4. 4. Biotechnolog y
    5. 5. Biotechnolog The Past, The Present, y and The Future.
    6. 6. Biotechnology
    7. 7. Biotechnology Definition:the application of scientificand engineering principals to the processing of material by biological agents to provide goods and services.
    8. 8. The Outlook:
    9. 9. The Outlook:Within the next 30 years, Biotechnology is believed to lead our world into the next wave for health, primary production,industrial, environmental, defense, and security applications.
    10. 10. Factors That Shape Biotechnology 1. Demographic Changes2. Environmental Sustainability 3. Unexpected High-Impact Events
    11. 11. Factors That Shape Biotechnology 1. Demographic Changes2. Environmental Sustainability 3. Unexpected High-Impact Events AND... Hidden Factors 1. Public Attitudes to Genetic Modification 2. Governance Mechanisms 3. Capital Markets for Biotech
    12. 12. Do you like this slide? Ican’t tell if I do or if itneeds something else...
    13. 13. What HasHappened So Far? Do you like this slide? I can’t tell if I do or if it needs something else...
    14. 14. What Has Happene d So Far? Do you like this slide? I can’t tell if I do or if it needs something else... Past &The Present
    15. 15. Past & The Present
    16. 16. Past & The PresentAgriculture
    17. 17. Past & The PresentAgriculture Medical
    18. 18. Past & The PresentAgriculture MedicalIndustrial
    19. 19. Past & The PresentAgriculture MedicalIndustrial
    20. 20. 10 Years Do you want me to include a slide that defines what GM crops are, or is that Agriculture something you would just explain? GM crops Introduced to Farmers just over 10 years ago Improves Crop Insect Resistance, Food Security Now grown globally on over 90 million hectares (5% of arable land) Mainly Benefits Developing Countries due to increase in effectiveness of agriculture.
    21. 21. 10 Years Do you want me to include a slide that defines what GM crops are, or is that Agriculture something you would just explain? GM crops 10 Introduced to Farmers just over 10 years ago Improves Crop Insect Resistance, Food Security Now grown globally on over 90 million hectares (5% of arable land) Mainly Benefits Developing Countries due to increase in effectiveness of agriculture. 0
    22. 22. Agriculture enhances crop herbicide tolerancefacilitates environmentally sustainable farming practices.
    23. 23. Agriculture enhances crop herbicide tolerancefacilitates environmentally sustainable farming practices. -high crop yields with fewer inputs.
    24. 24. Agriculture enhances crop herbicide tolerancefacilitates environmentally sustainable farming practices. -high crop yields with fewer inputs.
    25. 25. Agriculture enhances crop herbicide tolerancefacilitates environmentally sustainable farming practices. -high crop yields with fewer inputs. Henry Miller -- “Genetic Engineering offers plan breeders the tools to make crops do spectacular new things.”
    26. 26. Agriculture -enhanced nutrient profiles and the need of fewerapplications of pesticides that allow farmers to reduce tilling farmland.
    27. 27. AgricultureConsumer Concerns on GM
    28. 28. Agriculture Consumer Concerns on GM-increasing need for scientists to discover new knowledge and of developers to solve problems related to healthcare and environment-what new businesses that will arise as a result and how they will affect the industry. -biotechnological developments modulated by people’s values and beliefs.
    29. 29. VIDEO
    30. 30. Past & The Present
    31. 31. Past & The PresentAgriculture
    32. 32. Past & The PresentAgriculture Medical
    33. 33. Past & The PresentAgriculture MedicalIndustrial
    34. 34. Past & The PresentAgriculture MedicalIndustrial
    35. 35. What’s WillEventually Happen?
    36. 36. What’s WillEventually Happen? The Future

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