About Journal

Introduction

Biotechnology is a collective term for a group of technologies that use biological matters to generate new and useful products and processes. It is the use of biological processes, organisms or systems to manufacture products intended to improve the quality of human life.

Archives of Biotechnology and Biomedicine is a genesis of rigorously peer-reviewed, high-impact manuscripts bringing forth emerging trends and tremendous escapades of biotechnology.

Archives of Biotechnology and Biomedicine wishes to publish stuffs recognizing incredible as well as risky potentials of biotechnology.

Reasons for Publishing

Biotechnology has rapidly emerged as an area of activity having marked impact on virtually all domains of human welfare, ranging from food processing, protecting the environment to human health. However, some of the applications of biotechnology have possibly serious implications for socio-economic welfare and moral well-being.

To address these issues, Archives of Biotechnology and Biomedicine engaged in publishing manuscripts building public awareness and disseminating qualified and balanced information about biotechnology.

Archives of Biotechnology and Biomedicine is determined to assist in developing the know-how for selecting and acquiring those applications of biotechnology that are most appropriate to human needs.