Aims & Scope- Current Biotechnology

Volume 11, 4 Issues, 2022
ISSN: 2211-551X (Online)
ISSN: 2211-5501 (Print)

Current Biotechnology publishes critical and authoritative reviews/mini-reviews, original research and methodology articles, and thematic issues in all areas of biotechnology, including basic and applied research. The journal serves as an advanced forum for innovative studies and major trends at the interface of technology, life sciences and biomedicine. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive and reliable source of information on the current advances and future perspectives in key themes of biotechnology.

Topics covered include:

  • agricultural and plant biotechnology
  • analytical biotechnology
  • biochemical engineering
  • bioinformatics
  • biostatistics
  • bioenergy
  • bioethics
  • biological engineering
  • biomarkers
  • biomaterials and bioproducts
  • biomedical engineering related to biotechnology
  • biomining and bioremediation
  • bionanotechnology
  • biopolymers
  • biorobotics
  • biosensors
  • chemical biotechnology
  • environmental biotechnology
  • food biotechnology
  • healthcare biotechnology
  • imaging technology and large scale biology
  • instrumentation
  • industrial biotechnology
  • life detection technology
  • medical biotechnology
  • metabolic engineering
  • microbial biotechnology
  • molecular therapy
  • omics technologies: genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics
  • pharmaceutical biotechnology
  • regenerative medicine
  • space biotechnology
  • synthetic biology
  • systems biology
  • tissue and cell engineering

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Editor’s Choice Article | Probiotics and Prebiotics as Functional Foods: State of the Art


Author(s): Amin Mousavi Khaneghah*, Yadolah Fakhri.


Foods, besides their nutritional value, are used to be as a tool in maintaining of physical and mental well-being and prevent disease. Based on the definition of Functional foods as foods, which may offer health benefits beyond basic nutrition, functional foods, are categorized as foods, not medicine. Among the last decades, the growing market for functional foods, representing both opportunities and challenges to food producers as well academic sections to cover such demand and furthermore conquer the acceptance of consumer. In this article, an overview regarding the probiotics as well as prebiotics as outstanding components of functional foods, compatibility and their use in food products have been reviewed.

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Press Release | Bentham Science Partnership Brings Education Materials to Africa and Middle East


Bentham Science Publishers is now an exclusive partner with Panworld Education in the Middle East and Africa. This exclusive partnership enables Panworld Education to give researchers in the Middle East and Africa access to science, technology, and medical (STM) journals, books, and eBooks, which has been a long term goal for the company.

Through Panworld Education, Bentham Science will be offering access to many of their high impact journals, like their popular medical subspecialties series, over one hundred and twenty subscription journals, and over six hundred ebook collections.

Together, Bentham Science and Panworld Education will also support various academic conferences in the Middle East and Africa, allowing even greater access to new scientific and medical research.


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BENTHAM SCIENCE MEDIA PARTNERSHIP for World Vaccine Congress Europe 2018

World Vaccine Congress Europe 2018

29-31 October 2018, EPIC SANA Lisboa Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal



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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Mini-Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry

International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences H. E. J. Research

Institute of Chemistry Dr. Panjwani Center for Molecular Medicine and Drug Research University of Karachi,

Karachi, Pakistan.

OPEN ACCESS ARTICLE – Technological Solutions for Older People with Alzheimer’s Disease: Review

Journal Name: Current Alzheimer Research

Author(s): Petra Maresova*, Signe Tomsone, Petre Lameski, Joana Madureira, Ana Mendes, Eftim Zdravevski, Ivan Chorbev, Vladimir Trajkovik,Moriah Ellen, Kasper Rodile.




In the nineties, numerous studies began to highlight the problem of the increasing number of people with Alzheimer’s disease in developed countries, especially in the context of demographic progress. At the same time, the 21st century is typical of the development of advanced technologies that penetrate all areas of human life. Digital devices, sensors, and intelligent applications are tools that can help seniors and allow better communication and control of their caregivers. The aim of the paper is to provide an up-to-date summary of the use of technological solutions for improving health and safety for people with Alzheimer’s disease. Firstly, the problems and needs of senior citizens with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and their caregivers are specified. Secondly, a scoping review is performed regarding the technological solutions suggested to assist this specific group of patients. Works obtained from the following libraries are used in this scoping review: Web of Science, PubMed, Springer, ACM and IEEE Xplore. Four independent reviewers screened the identified records and selected relevant articles which were published in the period from 2007 to 2018. A total of 6,705 publications were selected. In all, 128 full papers were screened. Results obtained from the relevant studies were furthermore divided into the following categories according to the type and use of technologies: devices, processing, and activity recognition. The leading technological solution in the category of devices are wearables and ambient noninvasive sensors. The introduction and utilization of these technologies, however, bring about challenges in acceptability, durability, ease of use, communication, and power requirements. Furthermore, it needs to be pointed out that these technological solutions should be based on open standards.


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Upcoming Thematic Issue – New Technologies in Big Data Era


Wishing A Very Happy Birthday To Dr. Togay Ozbakkaloglu


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Most Accessed Article – Next Steps in the Russian Innovation Ecosystem

Journal: Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship

Author(s): R Page Heller.

Affiliation: University of Notre Dame, Office of Technology Transfer, 940 Grace Hall, Notre Dame, IN 46556- 5612, USA


Abstract: Russia’s innovation has long been admired throughout the world. Her scientists are outstanding in their fields and her engineers have used science to accomplish great feats, from the development of superior alloys to reaching outer space. Now, Russia must learn a new science; that of turning great engineered products into business opportunities. Recent studies of market, capital, people, culture, infrastructure and regulations have resulted in the identification of specific areas needing work. In this paper, the author offers his opinion by making a recommendation for steps which should be taken next to overcome obstacles in the path of economic diversity for Russia.

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