The International Biotechnology Symposium 2016 (IBS 2016) scientific program committee is inviting abstract submissions, to present a poster during the conference in Melbourne in October 2016.
IBS has been held in locations around the world since 1960 and is the most representative biotechnology event at the global level. More than 1,000 participants congregate at each symposium from academia and industry, to explore the advances and frontiers of science and applied biotechnologies.
IBS intends to present and promote the relevant contribution that chemistry provides to the development of biotechnological research and industry and program will present the most advanced issues in biotechnology, green chemistry and its related fields, which will be discussed by a selected group of international speakers and lecturers.
The abstract submission portal is now open and accepting abstracts until Friday 6 May 2016. Successful abstracts will be displayed in the conference venue during IBS 2016.