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Outstanding line up of international speakers
at ABIC 2015

7-9 September 2015
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Registrations now open!

Attracting delegates from a broad range of industries and backgrounds, ABIC 2015  will be a valuable opportunity to connect and network with the global agricultural biotechnology community. 

Early-bird discounts
Early bird discounts - with savings of over $300 - are available for delegates who register and pay by 29 May 2015.

Outstanding line up of international speakers
*Prof Jack Gilbert, Department of Ecology & Evolution, University of Chicago USA
*Jay Byrne, President, v-Fluence Interactive, USA
*Dr Cathleen Enright, Executive Vice President, Food and Agriculture, The Biotechnology Industry Organisation, USA
*Ry Wagner, CEO, Agrinos, USA
*Dr Stuart Smyth, Research Scientist, University of Saskatchewan, Canada 
*Dr Peter Jones, Director Richardson Centre for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals, Canada
*A/Prof Sharon Doty, Associate Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
View the full program here.

Partnership opportunities
Align your brand with a specific topic or innovation, maximize your presence with high visibility branding opportunities or make an impact by sponsoring the Conference Dinner.

Click here to view the range of sponsorship packages available. Members of AusBiotech, CropLife Australia and ABCA receive a 10% discount. To discuss or secure a package, please contact Mel Nelson, Program Manager, 
Event Partners
Thanks to the following event partners
for their support of ABIC 2015:
- Victorian Government, Department of Economic Development, Jobs
Transport and Resources
- CropLife Australia
- Russell Kennedy Lawyers
For more information please contact 
Kirsty Grimwade, ABIC 2015 National Conference and Event Manager

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Click here to visit the ABIC 2015 website for more information
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