The Carleton Prize For Biotechnology

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The Carleton Prize for Biotechnology: Antony van Leeuwenhoek Shukri Dalal 100950887 BIOL 1010- Biotechnology and Society Professor James J. Cheetham Carleton University Tuesday October 6th, 2015 Prize’s are put into place to award gifted beings; whose work has or will make a significant change in mankind. Most importantly, they are recognize by their genius and not judging their area of expertise. When the awarded person wins the prize, there is always a level expectation that is expected of them. In the history of science, there have been many achievements that have motivated by human to not only live to the fullest of their potential but to live as long and healthy life as they can. These victories in medicine have started the courage for all human being all over the world having the confidence to live their lives without a disease or bacteria infection that now days can be cured without any problem taking their life. Given Antony Van Leeuwenhoek along with his many contributions to science, there is no better nominee for an award that demonstrated the constitutional achievements in biotechnology. A tradesman and inventor in the biotechnology society he is undeniably deserving of The Carleton Prize of Biotechnology. Antony van Leeuwenhoek’s experimentation of lenses for microscopic research, and his inventions which increased magnification, research and development there would be many unanswered question in the medical world. “Antony van Leeuwenhoek

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