The Agricultural Bioscience International Conference 2015 is the premier global meeting, which promotes innovation in bioscience to ensure sustainable food, feed, fibre and fuel security as the climate changes.
1. Conference Program
The program committee is pleased to announce an exciting and thought-provoking ABIC 2015 program schedule including a line-up of top quality plenary speakers.
This year’s animal bioscience program will explore the complexities of interacions between microbes and animals and the application of new technologies to the improvement of productivity, health and reproductive performance.
The plant bioscience program will explore the complexities of interactions between microbes and plants and the application of new technologies to the advancement of crop yields and farm productivity.
Lead researchers from organisations that are challenging our understanding of agricultural biotechnology will tackle the constraints to innovation and commercialisation. View the full program here.
2. AgriBio Centre Tour
AusBiotech and AgriBio invite conference delegates to take part in an exclusive opportunity to tour the AgriBio Centre for AgriBioscience. AgriBio is home to 400 scientists from the Department of Economic Development and La Trobe University. Scientists at AgriBio undertake research in gene discoveries in major plant and animal species and accelerated precision breeding technologies as well as in diagnosis and control of plant and animal pests and diseas
3. AusPartnering, Business Matching Program
AusPartnering will open in August allowing delegates to schedule 30 minute meetings with other delegates at the conference. In addition to Business Matching Program scheduling, the app includes news alerts, the conference program, speaker bios, profiles of attendees, exhibitor and sponsor details, maps and social media links.
4. Networking Opportunities
ABIC 2015 offers a number of networking events including:
- ABIC 2015 welcome reception
- Conference dinner
- Closing reception
- AgriBio Centre Tour
- Exhibition Display area
Early-bird discounts are available for delegates until 29 May 2015.