The explosive development of the sciences and its expansion into other disciplines such as the Life Sciences field is yielding groundbreaking discoveries from novel genes and bio-products to cutting-edge nanotechnology, resulting in a transformed science landscape with profound global applications in understanding life, eradicating diseases, securing a more equitable food and water supply distribution as well as creating novel bio-industries and products.
Based on these phenomena above, the ICOLIB 2015 with theme “Exploration and Conservation of Biodiversity”, will provide an interdisciplinary platform of life sciences for researchers, academics, students, professionals, industries, andpolicy makers. This meeting also proposed to among scientists and professionalsto stay at the leading edge of recent advances in life sciences and sustainability, act as a catalyst for further research, improve international collaboration while bridging the scientific and technological differences among scientists, and foster global health security.
We welcome submission from the following life science and sustainability perspectives such as health and medicine, food technology and security, new and renewable energy, conservation and management including exploration of biodiversity.
This conference available presentation types are oral and poster.
- Helmut Erdmann, Micro- and Molecular biology at University of Applied Sciences Flensburg, Germany.
- Wolfgang Nellen, Universität Kassel, Department of Genetics, Germany.
- Jess Fernandez*, SEAMEO BIOTROP.
- Biswarup, Virginia Technology Univ. USA
- Chang-Su Park, Ph.D. Department of Food Science and Technology, Catholic University of Daegu, Korea.
- Srinivasan, Head of Entomology research of AVRDC, Taiwan.
- Musim Abas Zaidi, Pakistan.
- Debbie S. Retnoningrum, Bandung Institute of Technology.
- BambangSugiharto, University of Jember
*) to be confirmed