The Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference is returning to
Europe this August and will be hosted by University College Cork in
Cork, Ireland. The annual ABIC conference brings many of the world's
largest agriculture, fisheries and food biotechnology companies to the
host country (many Fortune 500 companies) and this year is no exception.
At ABIC 2008 in Cork, there will be many hot topics under discussion and
debate including innovations in areas such as biofuels and bioenergy,
animal and plant breeding, fisheries biotech, molecular pharming, dairy
and food, including dedicated sessions on policy, regulatory affairs and
business strategies. Registration for the conference has now opened and
full details of ABIC 2008 are available on the conference website.