Aug. 20, 2004 is a resource of the Oregon Bioscience Association.

About OBA
 Members Only
 Legislative Affairs
 Group Purchasing
 Join OBA
 BioHistory (TM)
 Business Develop.
 Economic Develop.
 Health & Safety
 Regulatory Affairs
 Technology Transfer
 Destination OR
 Job Search
 Post a Job
 Submit Resume
 CEO Reading
 News Analysis Archive
 Clinical Trials
 Local Support
 National Resources
 OR BioEd Reading
 K-12 Curricula
 Sorting Sources
Site Map
Print Page

 Opinion Poll

How do you like the new graphic design of our site?

  Yes   No

Please tell us what you think:

(1988) The U.S. Postal Service proposes to ban mailings of microbe samples capable of causing diseases. Of 90,000 samples mailed in 1987, only three leaks - of innocuous microbes - are reported.

Radiation safety & chemical hygiene training now available through

bioLOGIC USA: The business strategy event for biomanufacturing, October 18 - 20, Boston

Definition of Medical Technology

Education is hands-on. (med´i k'l tek´näl´ o je) [Fr. me´dical < LL. medicalis < L. medicus, physician] adj. [Gr. technologia, systematic treatment: see TECHNIC & LOGY] n.

1. Medical technology refers to the use of novel technology to develop highly sophisticated electronic products or medical devices for application in healthcare markets.

Definition of Biotechnology

Copyright 1996-2004 Info.Resource, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA. 800.709.8907. All rights reserved.
Privacy Policy . Advisory Board . Terms of Use . Advertising is published by Info.Resource in collaboration with the Oregon Bioscience Association.