BioMalaysia & Bioeconomy Asia Pacific 2013 Goes to JohorMay 15, 2013
BioMalaysia and Bioeconomy Asia Pacific 2013 will be held in Johor Bahru at the Johor Persada International Convention Centre from 21-23 October 2013.
One of the key highlights will be the inauguration of Bio-XCell, a 160-acre biotechnology park at Nusajaya housed in the Iskandar region of Johor, Malaysia.
BioMalaysia Conference & Exhibition 11th edition, is introducing ‘Bioeconomy Asia Pacific 2013' which sees a further growth to the event. This year's event themed ‘Convergence of Ideas, Confluence of Opportunities', will be the focal regional platform for discourse and collaboration for the region and to unfold wider opportunities and greater collaborations for Asia Pacific and global players in the area of bio-economy.
For more information, click on the link http://www.biomalaysia.com.my/emailer/1emailer/index.html.
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