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Develop a strategic plan for your biotechnological industry
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Develop a strategic plan for your biotechnological industry for a clean and sterile environment for manufacture and laboratory testing facilities. Must include Clean in Place systems, water purification and other equipment that would help you achieve a clean and sterile environment. Must have at least 4 references from no more than 5 years old and must pass a plagiarism checker. Minimum of 2 pages and essay format (introduction, body and conclusion).




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