BITs 1st Annual World Congress of Environmental Biotechnology

19-22 Oct 2011 at World EXPO Center, Dalian, China

Health & Fitness, Natural Science

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The overall aim of 1st WCEB is to explore the advances, frontiers and applications of biotechnology for a healthier and more sustainable future and a knowledge-based bio-economy all over the world, and to strengthen relations between industry, research laboratories, government agencies, the private sector and universities on such strategic issues for human sustainability. Although The World Expo Center cannot exhaust all areas, but are trying to differentiate ourselves from other conferences to try to cover more comprehensive issues for both public and private sectors of the anticipated climate change. We also hope such an initiative can meet the challenges and demands by related societies to help developing new strategies and methodologies under international standard to support Environmental Biotechnology and mean while, offer more opportunities to stimulate the growth of practical and operational measurements for decision makers, researchers, industrial participants, business suppliers and beyond.

Dalian, as the most beautiful coastal city in northern China, is keen on making great efforts on improving living environment to the mitigation of climate change. As a new champion among China green economy practitioners, Dalian has successfully hosted annual Summer World Economy Forum- Davos twice in 2007 and 2009 correspondingly, which have generated great impact on the development of New Chinese economy model and beyond. With the increasingly demand on knowledge-based economy for designing and building " the Great Dalian ", The coastal city is also expected to be one of largest ideal conference centers in China, which will provide best meeting facilities.

From: October 19, 2011 00:00
To: October 22, 2011 23:59

World EXPO Center, Dalian, China


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