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biomining

[′bī·ō‚mīn·iŋ]
(microbiology)
The use of microorganisms to recover metals of value, such as gold, silver, and copper, from sulfide minerals.
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To make biomining bugs impervious to mercury, arsenic, and cadmium requires bioengineering, currently under way.
Biomining refers to the extraction of valuable elements from mine waste for economic gain; bioremediation is more about reducing the environmental impact of mining activity.
Spectrum has decidedly ventured into the market of "green technologies" that will provide "small footprint" drilling technologies, Biomining, remote controlled exploration modules, GPS positioning of drilling, micro drilling, composite drilling components and other technologies that will minimize the traditionally poisonous and toxic environmental threats poised by the mining industry.
The failure of potential drugs to clear clinical trials is also a key factor driving research into biomining for new unique biomarkers to predict response and monitor treatment.
Tenders are invited for Bioremediation/ Biomining of Old Dumped MSW at Devguradiya Dumping Ground at Indore
The new BioMining Component Collection for annotating biological data with both internal and external data sources complements the existing Sequence Analysis Collection by retrieving and aggregating the many publicly available sources of genomic information.
I've evaluated many software solutions available for analyzing microarray experiments, and I would highly recommend S+ArrayAnalyzer," said Phillip Stafford, CEO of Biomining.
The company's patented flagship technology, the High Throughput Pharmacology System (HT-PS), combines proprietary natural cell-based assays, high throughput automated instrumentation and novel pharmacoinformatics and biomining tools to assess and prioritize potential lead compounds based on their functional pharmacological properties.
Automation and technology innovation are being employed to resolve productivity constraints while green mining techniques like biomining are being implemented to reduce overall mining footprints.
5 compatible portfolio of integrated informatics tools capable of automated data acquisition, management and biomining, in a user-friendly data visualization environment and is designed to be compatible with cell-based assay systems, such as Axiom's HT-PS platform.
The company's patented flagship technology, the High Throughput Pharmacology System (HT-PS(R)), combines proprietary natural cell-based assays, high throughput automated instrumentation and novel pharmacoinformatics and biomining tools to assess and prioritize potential lead compounds based on their functional pharmacological properties.