Colors of BioVision 2008
This publication aims to present an overview of the BioVisionAlexandria 2008 conference and gives a brief portrayal of the next BioVisionAlexandria 2010 conference.
Colors of BioVision 2004
This publication aims to provide the reader with an overview of the first BioVisionAlexandria that took place in 2004. It also contains a short description of the forthcoming BioVisionAlexandria2006 conference’s main topics.
Discovery to Delivery
Ismail SerageldinGabrielle J. Persley
The overall theme of this publication is similar to its name: “Discovery to Delivery.” It reflects the exciting new discoveries in genomics and other aspects of gene technology that are finding applications in human health care, food and agriculture, and conserving biodiversity and the environment.
BioVisionAlexandria2006: Conference booklet
Introduced by:Ismail Serageldin
The contents of this publication comprise all information related to the BioVisionAlexandria2006 conference starting with the conference’s program and ending with the list of partners, sponsors, supporters and exhibitors. In addition, the booklet includes profiles and short biographies of all attending speakers with a brief description of their presented abstracts.
Biotechnology and Sustainable Development: Voices of the South and North
For a number of years, biotechnology has held out the prospect for major advances in agricultural production, but only recently have the results of this new revolution started to reach application in the field. The potential for further rapid development is, however, immense. The aim of this book is to review advances and current knowledge in key areas of biotechnology as applied to crop and animal production, forestry and food science.
Colors of BioVisionAlexandria 2006
This publication aims to present an overview of the BioVisionAlexandria 2006 conference and gives a brief portrayal of the next BioVisionAlexandria 2008 conference.
One of the aims of BioVisionAlexandria 2006 was to highlight both the challenges and the successes in delivering better healthcare and nutrition to those most in need – aiming at changing lives. This publication reveals the efforts applied in the four day conference and shows – in a way – what a better world can look like.