Cell biology and technology are so connected that there is even a science called biotechnology, which is the literal union of these two strands.
Biotechnology is an area that aims to develop biological products and processes with the help of science and technology. The United Nations (UN) classifies biotechnology as "any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derived beings, to manufacture or modify products or processes for specific uses".
Biotechnology covers different areas of knowledge that include basic science (such as molecular biology, microbiology, etc.), applied science (such as immunological, chemical and biological techniques) with different technologies (such as information technology, robotics and process control).