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Key Dates

Abstracts Close:
9th March 2012

Early Bird Registration Close:
25 May 2012

Conference :
9 – 12 July 2012


Supporting Publication
Journal Of Applied Phycology

Welcome

 

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Invitation

On behalf of the APCAB organising committee, I invite you to participate in the 8th Asia-Pacific Conference on Algal Biotechnology (APCAB 2012) in Adelaide, Australia. This conference follows on from the successes of previous APCAB conferences around the Asia Pacific.

This decade presents the renaissance of the algae industry and research in the Asia-Pacific. Macro and micro-algae cultivation, bio-discovery and bio-processing are rapidly growing sources of new products and industries, influencing research and the development of technologies and policies. The 8th APCAB 2012 will bring together experts in the field for ideas and knowledge and a roadmap for the future. Our world class scientific program is being assembled with the help of our local and international committees and includes recent advances in algal genomics, algal aquaculture, the Biorefinery concept, taxonomy, ecology and environmental management.

In conjunction with this conference we are also hosting the 1st International Conference on Coastal Biotechnology (ICCB). We look forward to welcoming you to Adelaide in July, 2012

Prof. Wei Zhang

Convener

Keynote Speakers

 

Professor Stephen Mayfield

Director, San Diego Center for Algae Biotechnology,

San Diego, USA

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Dr. Thierry Chopin,

Professor of Marine Biology

University of New Brunswick

Saint John, Canada

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Professor John Raven,

Division of Plant Sciences,

University of Dundee at the James Hutton Institute,

Dundee, UK

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