BioMalaysia & Bioeconomy Asia Pacific 2013 Conference & Exhibition is Malaysia’s premier and largest biotechnology event in the region. It is the launch pad for the regional and international biotechnology industry and entry to the hubs in Asia.
This year will see further growth of the BioMalaysia & Bioeconomy Asia Pacific 2013 Conference & Exhibition event with the introduction of “Bioeconomy Asia Pacific 2013 “. Themed ‘Convergence of Ideas, Confluence of Opportunities’; it will be the focal regional platform for discourse and collaboration, encourage partnerships and the entry point into Asia Pacific’s market in the field of biotechnology; connecting with the global players in the building of sustainable bio-economy. The exhibition will be a showcase of biotechnology innovations, solutions and products.
The annual event is jointly organized by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation Sdn Bhd (BiotechCorp) and PROTEMP Exhibitions Sdn Bhd; which brings in 10,000 targeted trade visitors. The Exhibition will showcase local, regional and international biotechnology innovations, solutions, products and emerging bioscience technologies to targeted trade visitors. The Conference will bring together world and regional leaders, experts, scientists and investors to converge, meet and share their knowledge; with the aim of further building the momentum in the growth of bio-economy.
This year “BIOMALAYSIA & BIOECONOMY ASIA PACIFIC 2013” will be held in Johor Bahru at the Persada Johor International Convention Centre from 21 – 23 October. 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. The development has already received anchor tenants such as Agila and Biocon from India, MetEx from France and Glycos Biotechnologies from the U.S.A. A premier biotechnology park and ecosystem facility; Bio-XCell will position Malaysia as a world leading biotech location; focusing in building bio-economy together with the Asia Pacific’s market connecting to the international market.
The state of Johor, Southern Peninsular Malaysia’s has recently become internationally renowned in the Iskandar Malaysia development, which is set to be a sustainable and progressive metropolis of international standing. It offers the advantages of easy accessibility to Asia Pacific’s key growth centers through its air and nearby port facilities.
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