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What does the future hold for agri-biotech?
Find out at ABIC 2015
September 7 - 9, Melbourne Australia

 
What does the future hold for agri-biotech? 
On Wednesday 9 September Chancellor Adrienne Clarke AC, La Trobe University will chair a panel of distinguished speakers to discuss 'Outlook for the agri-biotechnology industries: Sunny skies or Stormy clouds?' This is a must attend session for anyone interested in creating a strong and sustainable agricultural biotechnology industry.   

 Joining the panel will be:
  • Andrew McConville, Syngenta
    Productivity challenges for small land holders
  • Dr John Manners, CSIRO Agriculture Flagship  Bridging the innovation gap: challenges in Australia
  • Prof Jim Whelan, La Trobe University
    Using big data to enhance agricultural productivity
  • Jack Bobo,  Intrexon Corporation
    Science optimist, regulatory pessimist
 View the full program here.

ABIC 2015 Major Events:  
·  ABIC 2015 Welcome Reception, supported by Ag-West Bio: Kick off celebrations on Monday evening at this relaxed, cocktail-style event. It's the first opportunity for exhibitors, delegates and speakers to build networks.
·  ABIC 2015 Conference Dinner, supported by Monsanto: The highlight of the conference, join colleagues to celebrate the AgriBiotech industry. *Dinner tickets $165

ABIC 2015 Partnering now open
Search the system to quickly identify potential partners and contacts and request 30-minute one-on-one meetings which will be scheduled by the application and held on-site in a dedicated meeting space.

 
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