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BIT's 7th Annual Congress of Industrial Biotechnology  (IBIO2014)

25 Apr 2014 - 28 Apr 2014 - Dalian, China



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The 7th Annual Industrial Biotechnology (IBIO-2014) is dedicated to the dissemination of advanced knowledge in all areas of Industrial Biotechnology. It is designed to provide a strong platform for professionals from both academic and industrial sections to make experience exchanges around the world. Since Industrial Biology has made tremendous strides over time, we aim to bring together academic professors, industrial leaders, policy makers and investors to present their exciting new findings in major plenary sessions and in a wide array of more specialist forums.

During the event, we will set up a serious of activities such as Scientific Program, Matchmakings, Exhibition, and Posters. We hope this most influential meeting during the past 6 years will leave you a deep impression. And you could find what you need and get the best cooperation opportunity here. 

Highlights of the conference: More than 300 Oral Presentations on the emerging advances in Industrial Biotechnology; Wonderful presentations and discussed heatedly with the audiences at keynote forum; Series of activities, such as "Innovation Alliance", "Talent Network" and "Project Matchmaking Fair" for participants;1-to-1 networking with colleagues; Meet with 50 Bioprocess Leading Suppliers from all Industrial Biotechnology Related Areas; Provided opportunities for young scientists and newcomers 





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