ABIC 2012, Rotorua
with an interest in agbiotech should be registering for ABIC 2012 says
the host organisation, NZBIO. “ABIC presents huge potential to
advance Australasia’s agbiotech industry,” says NZBIO Chair Maxine
Simmons. “As well as putting the spotlight on our capabilities and
innovation in agbiotech, we can facilitate debate on important global
agbiotech industry leaders from around the world expected at the event,
NZBIO Chief Executive Michelle Sullivan, says it also presents exciting
partnership opportunities. “We expect the conference to be a forum for
our companies and research institutes to forge collaborations and joint
ventures with premium partners.”
Further information : Media Release of 10th September 2011
|NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Bugs’ revolutionise sustainable farming practices
a passion for bacteria and sustainable farming, Liz Russell, managing
director of Envirosystems UK, will speak about new ways of reusing farm
effluents, at the world’s most important Agricultural Biotech
meeting, ABIC 2012 on Sept 2- 6, in Rotorua next month.
partner with agbio leaders to drive growth through science
Federation of Māori Authorities says supporting the world’s top
agricultural biotechnology conference being held in Rotorua in
September is an opportunity to connect its members with the best minds
in the business.
Release, 19th June 2012
breadth and depth of New Zealand’s approach to sustainability and its
ability to collaborate are reflected in the programme announced for the
world’s top agricultural biotechnology conference taking place in
Rotorua in September.
Release, 13th Mar 2012
players in the global explosion of discoveries and interest in
technologies that will fast track the development of affordable
bio-based products, including bio fuels, will be in New Zealand this
year for ABIC 2012.