IntechOpen is Attending the Eurobiotech 2012 Agriculture Symposium in Turkey
5th April 2012
Recognizing the importance agriculture has for today's society and the importance of collaborating with top scientists in the field, IntechOpen representatives will be attending the Eurobiotech 2012 Agriculture Symposium to be held in Kayseri, Turkey between 12 – 14 April 2012.
Our representatives are very pleased to be meeting scientists and practitioners from academia and industry working on food, feed, agricultural and animal sciences. The conference is an opportunity to share and discuss the latest and other possible advances, techniques and issues, which will eventually lead to knowledge exchange. Because we are always happy to participate in the scientific dialogue, hear your impressions and ideas, please let us know if you are attending the conference as well.
The conference aims to cover highly relevant topics within modern agriculture. Some of them are: Animal Sciences, Animal-Cell Biotechnology, Veterinary Health Sciences, Aqricultural Engineering, Energy in Agriculture, Entomology and Plant Pathology, Bioremediation, Biotechnology in Agriculture, Equipment Engineering for Plants, Food and Agricultural Biosecurity, Food and Agricultural Products, Food and Nutritional Sciences, Food Engineering, Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Food Biotechnology, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Plant-Cell Biotechnology, Postharvest Technology and Process Engineering, Stored Products, Biopharmaceuticals.
The Eurobiotech 2012 Agriculture Symposium is organized by European Biotechnology Thematic Network Association and mainly supported by Republic of Turkey Food, Agricultural and Livestock Ministry, Erciyes University, and Republic of Turkey Food, Agricultural and Livestock Ministry, General Directorate of Agricultural Research and Policy.
The three-day event in Turkey is just one of the many conferences in agriculture that we plan on attending. Be sure to check our conferences schedule for coverage of events within your area of interest.