INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 1996 (ABIC¹96)
June 11 to 14, 1996
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
The Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference 1996 (ABIC¹96) is
the first major international symposium in North America devoted
exclusively to agricultural biotechnology.
About 600 people are expected to participate in the event, which is
separated into five concurrent streams: Animal Science, Crop Development,
Microbials, Technology Transfer and Business.
More than 65 speakers from 16 countries on five continents have been
recruited for the conference. They will address a wide range of topics,
from virtually every sector of agbiotech endeavor, from forage and food
crops to aquaculture, forestry, finance and international trade.
Full conference information, including the agenda, is available through
the Global Agricultural Biotechnology Association Web site at
http://www.lights.com/gaba/index.html (GABA members are eligible for
registration fee discounts). Further details, including registration kits,
are available by contacting ABIC¹96 Coordinator Wanda Brown c/o The
Signature Group, e-mail: signatur at eagle.wbm.ca
Michael Robin, Senior Editor