International Marine Biotechnology Association (IMBA)
1989 Tokyo Japan
Founded 1989, Tokyo (Japan), at the 1st International Marine Biotechnology Conference.
Promote marine biotechnology for the benefit of humanity and natural ecosystems; work to benefit and inform students, scientists and technologists, decision-makers and industry leaders, industries and governments of the world; facilitate communication among and between practising experts and the various affiliated marine biotechnology societies and associations.
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Board, comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer, Immediate Past President, Conference Director, Chair Nominating Committee and 11 members.
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