Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference Foundation (ABIC Foundation)
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Founded 12 June 1998, Saskatoon SK (Canada), following the first Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference (ABIC), 1996, Saskatoon. Second conference in 1998 resulted in formation of an organization that would oversee the ABIC Concept, and oversee the continued success of the ABIC conference series. Incorporates activities of Global Agricultural Biotechnology Association (GABA). Also referred to as Agricultural Biotechnology International Center.
Ensure ongoing opportunities for continuous learning and networking within the agricultural biotechnology community through organization of a conference; stimulate and encourage research, development and commercialization of new biotechnologies to improve human health, create a sustainable food supply and foster new energy sources for all nations, including the developing world.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference (annual) which promotes innovation in bioscience to ensure sustainable food, feed, fibre and fuel security as the climate changes.
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Members in 65 countries
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- Agriculture, Fisheries
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