BioLife :: Biotechnology at CSU Stanislaus

Biotechnology is the application of technology to biological systems and living organisms. It generally refers to the techniques, tools, and procedures for modifying living organisms for human purposes in engineering, agriculture, science, technology, and medicine.


It’s about seeing things differently and offering solutions.

University chemists and biologists are working on ways to detect bacteria and other toxins in the food we eat and the water we drink. Students are gaining hands-on biotechnology research experience from innovative faculty. The University is continually researching and finding ways to meet the environmental needs of today without compromising the future. These are a few ways CSU Stanislaus “walking the talk.” in its effort to provide inventive solutions and research to benefit the science community and beyond.

Current research projects being conducted

Updated: 07/07/2010
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