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BIT Life Sciences’ 2nd Annual World Congress of Industrial Biotechnology 2009

Time: April 5-7, 2009    Venue: Seoul, South Korea

Theme: Innovative Biotechnology for Sustainable Bio-economy

Website: http://www.bit-ibio.com

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On behalf of the organizing committee, I cordially welcome you to join BIT Life Sciences’ 2nd Annual World Congress of Industrial Biotechnology-2009, a dedicated event on Industrial Biotechnology, which will be held on April 5, 2009 in Seoul, South Korea, with a theme of “Innovative Biotechnology for Sustainable Bio-economy”.

With warmly support and great contributions from our participants, the 1st Congress of Industrial Biotechnology, with a theme of "New Starting Line for Decision Makers in Bio-economy Era", was held successfully on May 18, 2008 in Hangzhou, China. Totally, there were nearly 400 participants from more than 30 countries and regions attended the Congress. Dr. Nancy W. Y. Ho, Research Professor, School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, USA and Dr. James Zhang, VP of Business Development, Mendel Biotechnology, Inc. USA gave wonderful speeches at the keynote forum. Participants from universities, biotech companies and key-decision makers from government discussed the new achievements and trends of Industrial Biotechnology at 26 parallel sessions. For more information, please visit: www.bitlifesciences.com/ibio2008

Following the successful outcome and encouraging results of the 1stt congress, we are proud to announce the 2nd congress to continually promote the developments of Industrial Biotechnology. As Industrial Biotechnology is currently experiencing a dramatic increasing, it has become a key element of the interactions between nature and society and is considered a key input for Bio-economic development. This focused event pays tribute to the growing significance of Industrial Biotechnology, we cordially welcome you to join us and witness the advances in Industrial Biotechnology together.

The program of the coming 2nd congress promises to be very interesting for both basic scientists and executives who are working in the field of biotechnology, they will offer complete updates of recent developments and present the latest products and technologies which can be used to make our lives less polluted. You are welcome to give a presentation at Track 2: Industrial Enzymes & Microbiology, which will cover the following topics:

l       Microbial and Fermentation Technology for Industrial Enzymes

l       Enzyme Screening, Over-expression, Purification, Folding and Refolding

l       Enzymes in drug Development and Clinical Diagnostics

l       Enzymes in Bio-fuel production, Bio-sensor, Bio-remediation, and Other Industrial Catalysts

l       Enzymes for Food, Textile and Paper Processing

You could find the more informations about this track online:http://bit-ibio.com/track_2.asp

Since we call for speaker for this congress, more and more specialists have shown their supports and encouragement on this important event, especially, the program of the congress is enriched by many distinguished experts, executives and eminent decision makers of industrial biotechnology, such as:

Dr. Arnold L. Demain, who is one of world's leading industrial biologists, the Professor of National Academy of Sciences in The United State, Founder of Dep. of Fermentation Microbiology at Merck & Co., Inc., Drew University, USA, has shown his interest in this conference and prepare to give a lecture at the Opening Ceremony.

Dr. Sang Yup Lee, Distinguished Professor & LG Chem Chair Professor, KAIST, Korea

Dr. Jaap Goudsmit, Chief Scientific Officer, Crucell NV, Netherlands

Dr. Troels Koch, VP, Research Division, Santaris Pharma, Danmark

Dr. Russell Teall, President & Founder, Biodiesel Industries, USA

Dr. Thomas Schafer, Senior Director, Novozymes A/S, Denmark

Dr. Klaus Neumann, VP Business Development, Borregaard Ind. Ltd., Norway

Dr. Nhuan (John) Nghiem, Senior Scientist, Senior Research Biochemical Engineer, Crop Conversion Science and Engineering, Eastern Regional Research Center, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture, USA

Under our SAB members’ and many other specialists' contributions and endeavor, the tentative Program has been uploaded. You could visit it online:

http://bit-ibio.com/program.asp

Located in the northwest part of the country, Seoul is the capital of South Korea with a long history. As the host city of 1988 Summer Olympic Games, Seoul attracts thousands of tourists with its impeccable blend of the modern trails and the traditional ways. The modernity and the old cultures have interlinked with each other to create an intoxicating atmosphere in the city.

We hope that you will join us in Seoul and look forward to welcoming you!

For more information, please visit: http://www.bit-ibio.com 

We look forward to the pleasure of hearing from you soon.

Best Regards,

 

Daniel Lee

Program Coordinator

26 Gaoneng St., R405, Dalian Hightech Zone

Dalian , LN 116025, China

Tel: 0086-411-84799609-811

Fax: 0086-411-84799629

Email: daniel@bit-ibio.com


1.       Are you interested in delivering a speech in this congress? Which session?

2.       What is the potential title of your speech?

3.       Would you like to help us to organize one session?

4.  Do you have any suggestions about our program?

Session details PS: http://www.bit-ibio.com/schedule.asp
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