Agricultural Bioscience International Conference 2016

Connecting Public and Private Research

September 18-21, 2016 | Fargo, North Dakota, USA

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ABIC 2016TM – The world's top agricultural bioscience conference is making its first USA appearance in one of the richest agricultural regions of the world — Fargo, North Dakota, USA. Themed "Better Food. Better World," ABIC 2016 will focus on how public and private research collaborates by using science to solve issues related to the increasing demand for food. Members will hear from university researchers, private sector scientists, independent researchers and others who are applying the practical use of science to impact health and nutrition and make a difference in feeding the world.

ABIC is the premier global meeting promoting innovation in bioscience to ensure sustainable food, feed, fiber and fuel security.



plant science
Better plants: the latest information on how application of bioscience research is preserving plant health, increasing yields and productivity and improving plant characteristics for food production.
animal health
Healthier animals: bioscience research and how it is applied to protect animals from infection or disease, improve nutritional profile of animals through improved dietary methods, and increase growth and productivity of animals raised for food production.
New ways to use ag products and byproducts: how research and technology are being applied to use agricultural products and byproducts in new and innovative ways. Technology that reduces waste, increases productivity, and finds new ways to add value to agricultural production.
food & health
Healthier, safer and more bountiful: the role that research plays in helping food scientists develop new food products and meet increasing demand for food while operating in a continuously changing regulatory environment.