Paper submissions open! The 2022 ICABR Conference invites submission of abstracts for research papers, participant panels, posters and symposia that address how recent market shocks and government responses have impacted, or have the potential to impact, innovation pipelines and supply chains.
The 25th anniversary conference, was held in a “hybrid” format, featured more than 140 speakers and 200 participants, focusing on the contribution of the bioeconomy to sustainable development, especially in light of the UN Food System Summit in New York in September 2021. Read the Press Release: ICABR 2021 Closing Statement here
The virtual ICABR-2020 conference has been completed. You can find a summary of the plenary sessions at: https://eventos.iica.int/conferencias/36/prensa.
Additionally, all sessions were broadcasted live (Spanish and English) and the recordings, along with speakers’ presentations. They are available at: https://eventos.iica.int/conferencias/36/plenarios.
We co-organised a set of webinars related to the ICABR 2020 conference.
July 31: Webinar Will COVID-19 accelerate the digital revolution in agriculture and the bioeconomy?
July 24: Webinar Regulation of Biotechnology in Livestock and Plants in Light of COVID-19
July 15: Webinar Food, Energy and Essential Goods: A New Demand for National Security
July 10: Webinar: COVID-19 and the Bioeconomy
June 12 and June 19: Webinar Bridging Research and Policy Responses to COVID-19