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Home > News > BIO Announces New International Conference

January 8th, 2004

BIO Announces New International Conference

Abstract:
Representatives from the biotechnology, chemical and agriculture industries will join with government officials and academics at the first-ever World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing April 21-23, 2004, in Orlando, Fla. Technical sessions on topics such as biotechnology in manufacturing and synthesis, bioprocessing of agricultural feedstocks, bioenergy production, biotechnology's effect on climate change, marine biotechnology, developments in the nanotechnology-biotechnology interface, and national defense applications are among those planned for the conference.

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