Welcome to New Zealand
the world, research, businesses and products from New Zealand are
trusted and valued, especially those that come from its world class
agricultural sector.That reflects a long history of excellence in
biological science, developed over more than 100 years of applying
science to agriculture, horticulture, forestry and farming.
biotechnology combines two of our biggest strengths.The industry is
vibrant, innovative and delivering practical advances in areas ranging
from food production and new sources of energy to biosecurity and
With support from Australia, we are proud to host
ABIC 2012 and showcase our combined capability and the contribution we
can make to important global issues. New Zealanders are resourceful,
independent and creative problem solvers. We are nimble in the face of
change and, currently, the world is facing change on an unprecedented
scale. We invite you to join us for ABIC 2012 to focus on how
agricultural biotechnology can help meet the challenges of global
environmental, social and economic change.
Come and experience first-hand what new Zealand has to offer.
- Contribute to ensuring agbiotech contributes to an ecologically sustainable future and an assured food supply
- learn more about australasia’s world-class agbiotech industry
- gain ideas and be inspired by innovations from down under
- explore new Zealand’s unique environment and be introduced to maori culture
|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.