The biomarket and bioproducts

October 15, 2004

Brussels, 14 Oct 2004

An international commercial networking event on the biomarket and bioproducts for food will take place in Rothamsted, the UK, from 9 to 11 November.

The Rothamsted International BioMarket, supported by the European Commission's Sixth Framework Programme, is aimed at those involved in the research, development, technology transfer and commercialisation of bioproducts from plant and microbial biotechnology.

This year's biomarket - 'Bioproducts 4 Food' - focuses on developments in the agri-food sector, where plants and microbes have long been a vital resource.

For more information, please consult the following web address:
http:///www.biomarket.rothamsted.ac.uk/
Or contact:
Amanda King
E-mail: biomarket@bbsrc.ac.uk

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