Rothamsted International BioMarket 2001 - BioProducts from Plants & Microbes
Venue: Rothamsted Conference Centre
|Event Date/Time: Nov 07, 2001||End Date/Time: Nov 09, 2001|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 30, 2001|
BioProducts from Plants and Microbes
to be held at Rothamsted, Harpenden, UK on :
7th-9th November 2001
This event is an international commercial networking event for all those involved in developing and commercialising novel added value products from plants and microbes and would interest:
* Entrepreneurial Research Groups;
* Bioscience SMEs;
* International Bioscience Corporates;
* Technology Transfer, patenting and finance groups.
Involved in sectors such as:
Agbiotechnology - Bioprospecting - Bioremediation - Biotherapeutics - Crop Protection - Diagnostics - Functional Foods - Genomics - Industrial Feedstocks - Marine Biotechnology - Microbial Inoculants - Pharmacognosy - Plant Molecular Biology - Renewable Feedstocks
The event will comprise conference talks, delegate partnering meetings, delegate presentations and workshops.
Conference talk topics will include technology and business issues with key speakers to include Professor Steven Briggs (Syngenta, USA) on crop genomics and Roger Wyse (Burrill's, USA) on agbiotech financing. The European Commission 'Quality of Life' programme is sponsoring a Cell Factory workshop and showcase to support their key action of the same name.
The first Rothamsted International BioMarket attracted 165 attendees from 20 countries and 5 continents and resulted in nearly 250 one-to-one meetings between delegates. The second meeting is expected to attract a significantly larger audience and to provide an equally international delegate list.
This event would suit senior personnel who wish to develop their network of international contacts in the added-value plant and microbial commercial arena.
For further information, including costs, please see:
or send your enquiries using the contact information below.
Amanda King/Roger Atkin
Rothamsted BioMarket 2001
Tel: +44 (0)1582 763133 x 2840/2
Fax: +44 (0)1582 760981