Global Congress on Plant Biology and Biotechnology GPB 2024 on March 25-27, 2024 in Singapore, Singapore

Global Congress on Plant Biology and Biotechnology (GPB 2024) March 25, 2024 - Singapore, Singapore

Magnus Group extends a cordial invitation for your participation in the 8th Edition of the Global Congress on Plant Biology and Biotechnology (GPB 2024), which is scheduled to take place in Singapore from March 21-23, 2024, as a hybrid event.

The theme of the Plant Biotechnology Meetings  is "Ensuring Sustainability and Global Transformation Through Crucial Plant Science Advances."

The Plant Biology Conferences is an excellent platform for researchers, scientists, and experts in the field of plant biology and biotechnology to come together and explore the latest advancements in the field. This Plant Science Conferences  will offer a unique opportunity to learn about novel approaches in plant biotechnology, such as CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing, gene expression analysis, and synthetic biology. The attendees of Botany Conference can share their knowledge and experiences, discuss the latest breakthroughs, and identify potential collaborations. The Plant Biology Conferences 2024 will enable participants to identify the key challenges and opportunities in the field and explore how these innovations can improve the sustainability of agriculture and food production.

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Contact Email: [email protected]

 Phone: +1 (702) 988 2320

WhatsApp: +17794292143

Dates: March 25-27, 2024

Venue: Village Hotel Bugis 390 Victoria St, Singapore 188061


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Address: Village Hotel Bugis 390 Victoria St, Singapore 188061

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