Venue University of New South Wales, Sydney
Dates Mon-Wed 20-22 May 2019
Contact Suhelen Egan (Chair) email@example.com
Registration closes on 15 May 2019
Below please find the conference program.
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Uni NSW Jes Sammut, Belinda Ferrari, Torsten Thomas, Mariana Mayer Pinto. Uni Technology Sydney Justin Ashworth, Janice McCauley, Peter Ralph. Macquarie Uni Ani Penesyan, Martin Ostrowski. Uni of Wolongong Danielle Skropeta. Flinders Uni Wei Zhang, ANSTO Debashish Mazumder. CSIRO Kim Lee-Chang. Australian Institute of Marine Science Libby Evans-Illidge. Cawthron Institute (NZ) Mike Packer.
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The program will present the latest science and industry updates relating to Marine Biotechnology as well as covering:
New science and technology that will underpin marine biotechnology and the blue economy
Commercialisation of marine bioproducts and processes
Environmental remediation and sustainability
Influencing public perception and policy on marine biotechnology
Program will include dedicated sessions on the following topic areas:
Fisheries and Aquaculture
Marine Ecosystem Engineering
Marine Environmental Health: Monitoring and Conservation
Marine Biotechnology Policy and Consultation
Marine Natural Products 1: Drug discovery
Marine Natural Products 2: Algal products and biofuels
The program will be structured to allow delegates to meet colleagues in a social environment to discuss matters of mutual interest. An area for the display of posters and products will support this environment. Industry sponsors are very welcome and are also encouraged to display products. All sponsors will be acknowledged in the Program and during meeting functions. Please contact Suhelen Egan for sponsorship opportunities. firstname.lastname@example.org
Marine Drugs and Journal of Marine Science and Engineering (JMSE) are pleased to announce a joint Special Issue, hosting contributions from 2019 ANZMBS conference. Authors are invited to submit papers on a wide range of topics related to marine biotechnology.
We will consider original research articles and novel reviews. Attendees are encouraged to read carefully the Aims and Scope of the two journals, Marine Drugs and JMSE, to decide which journal is suitable for their submissions. Manuscripts will go through strict peer-review before publication. The submission deadline is 20 December 2019.
With support from: