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时间: 2012-7-5 至 2012-7-9
地点:太湖论坛
主办单位: 国际生物科学联合会(IUBS)、中国科学院生命科学与生物技术局和国际合作局、中国科学技术协会国际联络部
承办单位: 国际生物科学联合会中国国家委员会(CCIUBS)、中国科学院动物研究所、植物所、遗传与发育所、国际动物学会和苏州市吴中区人民政府
官方网址: http://iubs.csp.escience.cn

会议简介

第31届国际生物科学大会

第31届国际生物科学大会将于2012年7月5-9日在中国苏州召开。

国际生物科学联合会(IUBS)成立于1919年,是致力于生命科学研究、教育和可持续发展的国际科学家组织,是目前唯一覆盖生物科学所有学科的国际组织。

大会每三年举行一次,期间将有来自世界各地的顶级生物科学家和国际组织单位负责人出席,带来最新学术、科研、应用技术和管理经验等方面成果;讨论决定未来三年科学发展实施计划,决定相应计划执行人与合作者;换届选举并决定下届大会主办国家与城市。因此,为生物科学的世界性盛会。

2012年将在我国苏州举行的第31届大会,将是过去90年来在中国大陆举行的首次会议。其将重点将集中放在讨论研究世界范围内生物科学已经取得的最新研究成果、目前发展状况以及未来发展趋势等方面。会议研讨将包括大会报告、分会论坛、分组讨论、海报和展览等多种形式。

目前,IUBS主席、意大利安东督宏动物研究站主任Giorgio Bernardi教授;挪威皇家科学院院士、奥斯陆大学生物与进化研究中心主任Nils Chr. Senseth和中国科学院古脊椎动物与古人类研究所所长周中和研究员;确认做主旨发言。详细信息,请浏览大会官方网站:

http://iubs.csp.escience.cn;联系人:韩春绪先生、熊文华女士;电话:010-64807295

联系方式

联系人:韩春绪、熊文华

E-mail: 报名第31届国际生物科学大会会议

电 话:010-64807295

地 址:北京朝阳区北辰西路1号院5号C506室

The International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS) will hold its 31st General Assembly (GA) 5-9 July 2012 in Suzhou, China. The co-hosts are the Bureau of Life Sciences and Biotechnology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China, the Bureau of International Cooperation, CAS, China, and the Department of International Affairs, China Association for Science and Technology, China. The theme of the conference is “Promoting Biological Sciences for a Better Life”.

The IUBS was founded in 1919 and it is a non-governmental, non-profit organization that serves as an umbrella organization for a large number of scientific organizations. Currently, there are 44 ordinary members and 80 scientific members. The GA convenes every three years whereat, decisions on the priorities of the IUBS are made, recommendations to the scientific committee are put forward, and elections of executive committee (EC) members and administrative officers are held.

The IUBS is the only international body that covers all disciplines of biological sciences. As a result, the IUBS will also host and organise international symposia in tandem with the GA so as to provide an opportunity for the international biological community to exchange information, discuss interdisciplinary studies, and promote international collaboration in scientific research programs.

In the 21st century, particularly in recent years, biological sciences and biotechnologies have played key roles in shaping the world’s economy. Bioindustry is also emerging as a new driving force of the world’s economic growth and recovery, especially after the recent world financial crisis. To a greater extent, the development of bioindustry is bringing new hope to initiatives in food safety, clean energy and healthy environments. With these circumstances in mind, the IUBS, during this GA, will endeavor to promote collaborations between institutions, companies and scientists, and to push forward the development of bioindustry and bioeconomy by organizing special sessions on bioindustry.

On behalf of the hosts and the organizing committee, we warmly invite you to attend this important international conference. We hope that through your participation, we can not only exchange information and discuss interdisciplinary studies, but also begin or extend collaborations in scientific research programs and bioindustry development so that we can work together to realise the theme of the conference and also the mission of the IUBS: “Promoting Biological Sciences for a Better Life.” We believe that this international event will be a defining moment in IUBS history, as well as for the world of biological sciences and bioindustry.

Organizing Committee

31st General Assembly

The International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS)

Organizing Committee

 

Chairmen

        Giorgio Bernardi, President, International Union of Biological Sciences

        Jiayang Li, Vice President, Chinese Academy of Sciences

 

 

Vice Chairmen

        John Jungck, Vice President, International Union of Biological Sciences

        Zhibin Zhang, Vice President, International Union of Biological Sciences

 

Scientific Committee

 

Chairmen

        Yiyu Chen, President, National Natural Science Foundation of China

        John Buckeridge, Past President, International Union of Biological Sciences

 

Vice Chairmen

        Jean-Marc Jallon, President, International Society of Zoological Sciences

        Yongbiao Xue, Vice President, China National Committee for InternationalUnion of         Biological Sciences

 

Promoting biological sciences for a better life

 

 

The 31st IUBS General Assembly and Conferences on Biological Sciences and Bioindustry

Suzhou, China, 5-9 July 2012

Hosted by:

 InternationalUnion of Biological Sciences (IUBS)

Bureau of Life Sciences and Biotechnology,ChineseAcademy of Sciences (CAS),China

Bureau of International Cooperation, CAS,China

Department of International Affairs,China Association for Science andTechnology,China

Organized by:

IUBS

And

 China National Committee for InternationalUnion of Biological Sciences (CCIUBS)

International Society of Zoological Sciences (ISZS)

Institute ofZoology, CAS,China

Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS,China

The People's Government of Wuzhong District,Suzhou,China

 Agenda

1. IUBS General Assembly

The IUBS is a non-governmental, non-profit organization that serves as an umbrella organization for a large number of scientific organizations, including national academies, research centers, councils, international societies and associations. The General Assembly (GA) is convened every three years whereat, decisions on the basis and priorities of the IUBS, recommendations of scientific committee and election of executive committee (EC) and administrative officers of the IUBS, are made.

GA Activities

IUBS Reports

Officer/EC Meetings

Scientific Committee Meetings

Scientific Research Program Meetings

Elections

 

For further information, please contact, Dr. Nathalie Fomproix (English and French; nfomproix@iubs.org) inParis,France.

2. Symposia on Biological Sciences

As the only international body that covers all disciplines of biological sciences, the IUBS hosts and organizes international symposia in tandem with its GA so as to provide an opportunity for the international biological community to exchange information, discuss interdisciplinary studies and promote international collaboration in scientific research programs. Topics are selected on the basis of originality and feasibility, as well as their relevance with respect to the IUBS mission.

Tentative Topics

Climate Change Biology

Biodiversity and Conservation Biology

Mutualism and Evolution

Genomics and Evolution

Palaeontology and Evolution

Wildlife Diseases

Biological Security

Bioenergy

Genetic Resources Acquisition and Sharing

Synthetic Biology

Nanobiology

Stem Cell and Reproductive Medicine

Biocomputation

Bioethics/Biological Education

Nature Heritage and Conservation

 

Call for Symposia Organizers

Each symposium during the GA will have at least 8 speakers, with abstracts of the speeches published in the program book. Selected papers may be published in Biology International (http://biologyinternational.org) or Integrative Zoology (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1749-4877), which are the official journals of the IUBS and ISZS, respectively. If you are interested in organizing a symposium from the above-mentioned symposia, or want to organize a new one relevant to this conference, please contact Dr. Wenhua Xiong (English and Chinese; iszs@ioz.ac.cn) before 31 December 2011. Posters are also available for presentation during the conference. For publication in Integrative Zoology, please contact Dr Wenhua Xiong (xiongwh@ioz.ac.cn), in Biology International, please contact Dr John Jungck (jungck@beloit.edu).

3. Sessions for Bioindustry

In recent years, biological sciences and biotechnologies have played key roles in shaping the world’s economy. Bioindustry is emerging as a new driving force of the world’s economic growth and recovery, especially after the recent world financial crisis. To a greater extent, the development of bioindustry is bringing new hopes for food safety, clean energy and healthy environments. With these circumstances in mind, the IUBS, during this GA, will endeavor to promote collaborations between institutions, companies and scientists, and to push forward the development of bioindustry and bioeconomy, by organizing special sessions on bioindustry. This action is also a best-practice for the IUBS as it realizes its mission: Promoting biological sciences for a better life.

Tentative Topics

Biomedicine

Bioenergy

Biomaterials

Medical Equipment, Devices and Research Material

Call for Organizers and Exhibitors

Presentations on policy, new product development and technology will be organized in the above sessions. Institutions and companies are welcome and invited to join in and organize the sessions. Posters are also available for presentation during the sessions. For those who are interested in becoming an organizer or exhibitor, including organizing a workshop or symposium (at least 8 speakers), please contact Dr. Chunxu Han (English and Chinese; iszs2@ioz.ac.cn) before the deadline of 30 April 2012.

 Registration Fees

 The registration fee for the GA and conference is US$350 for ordinary attendees and US$200 for students, and accompanying guests (who will not attend the sessions). Extra fees are charged for those who want to exhibit products or devices at the exhibition. The registration fee shall not cover the local transportation, meal, accommodation or insurance. Insurance during the meeting must be self-arranged. The registration fee for the current IUBS EC members and one representative for each IUBS member will be waived.

  Registration Fees for GA and Conference of Biological Sciences 

Date

Ordinary Attendee

Student & Accompanying Gust

Before 31 Mar 2012

US$300

US$200

Before 30 Jun 2012

US$350

US$200

After 30 Jun 2012

and on Site

US$400

US$300

 

Note:   1. Registration only becomes valid after your payment. Please notify the Conference Secretariat after your fund transfer at: iszs2@ioz.ac.cn or fax +86-10-6480 7295. or fax +86-10-6480 7295.

2. Academic posters are free during the conference.

Exhibition Rate 

Booth

Supper

Premium

Value

Manned

US$8000

US$6500

US$5500

Unmanned

US$6500

US$5500

US$4500

Posters

US$3500

For detailed information, please click here.

Plenary Lectures: 

 

Giorgio Bernardi: Evolution in the genomic era (Confirmed)

 

Zhonghe Zhou: Evolution as a scientific theory: evidence from remarkable Chinese fossils (Confirmed)

 

Nils Chr. Senseth: Ecological effect of climate change (Confirmed)

 

Session 1: Climate Change Biology + IUBS/ISZS BCGC Program + iCCB

 

Organizers:

1) Zhibin Zhang, Professor, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: zhangzb@ioz.ac.cn

2)Nils Stenseth, Professor, Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis, Norway (Confirmed)

Email: n.c.stenseth@bio.uio.no

 

Speakers:

1. John Buckeridge: Barnacles (Cirripedia: Thoracica) - tenacious opportunists who have demonstrated extraordinary adaptive resilience to environmental change (Confirmed)

2. David Nogués-Bravo: Why we do not have mammoths in our backyard? Species extinctions under climate change (Confirmed)

3. Xinhai Li: Applying species distribution models in climate change studies (Confirmed)

4. Hari Sharma: Biological consequences of climate change on arthropod diversity, pest management, and food security (Confirmed)

5. Brian Helmuth and Mackenzie Zippay: Forecasting sublethal impacts of climate change in marine ecosystems: sometimes the details make all the difference (Confirmed)

6. Morley SA, Bates AE, Peck LS: Using range limit hotspots to predict physiological response to climate change (Confirmed)

7. Tom Oliver: Promoting resilience or accommodating change? Aims for site and landscape management under a changing climate (Confirmed)

8. David B. Wake: Direct and Indirect Effects of Anticipated Climate Change on Amphibians (Confirmed)

 

Session 2: Genomics and Evolution + IUBS Integrative Genomics Program

 

Organizers:

1) Song Ge, Professor, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: gesong@ibcas.ac.cn

2) Hiroyuki Takeda, Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Science, the University of Tokyo, Japan (Confirmed)

Email: htakeda@biol.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp

3) Giorgio Bernardi, Professor, Laboratory of Theoretical Biology and Bioinformatics, Biology Department, Rome 3University, Italy (Confirmed)

Email: gbernardi@uniroma3.it

 

Speakers:

1. Reski Ralf: Shedding light on 500 million years of plant evolution: a tribute to Dobzhansky

2. Daniel Hartl: Evolvability in Sequence Space (Confirmed)

3. Wen-Hsiung Li: Avian Evolutionary Genetics and Genomics (Confirmed)

4. Hiroyuki Takeda: Epigenetic regulation of key developmental genes - A genome-wide approach in the medaka fish (Confirmed)

5. Wen Wang: Genome evolution under natural or artificial selection (Confirmed)

6. Song Ge (Confirmed)

7. Giorgio Bernardi (Confirmed)

8. Chung-I Wu (Confirmed)

9. Huanming Yang (Confirmed)

10. Takashi Gojobori (Confirmed)

11. Rod Wing (Confirmed)

 

Session 3: Nature Heritage, Protected Area and Conservation + IUBS Biology and Traditional Knowledge Program

 

Organizers:

1)Song Wang, Professor, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: wangs@ioz.ac.cn

2)Yan Xie, Associate Professor, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: yxie@wcs.org

3)Jan Salick, Senior Curator and Professor, Missouri Botanical Garden, USA (Confirmed)

Email: jan.salick@mobot.org

4)John MacKinnon, Head, Visibility and Awareness, Europe-China Biodiversity Program (ECBP)(To be confirmed)

Email: jrm@ecbp.cn

 

Session 4: Paleontology and Evolution

 

Organizers:

1) Zhonghe Zhou, Professor, Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: Zhonghe@yeah.net; zhouzhonghe@ivpp.ac.cn

2) Else Marie FriisProfessor,Swedish Museum of  Natural History, Stockholm, Sweden (Confirmed)

Email: ElseMarie.Friis@nrm.se

 

Speakers:

1. Guido Grimm: Phylogenetic tools in reconstructing past evolutionary patterns (Confirmed)

2. Mike Benton: Dating the tree of life: combing paleontology and molecular phylogenetic inference (Confirmed)

3. Stefan Bengtson: Radiation of early multicellular life: Biotic and environmental setting (Confirmed)

4. Shuhai Xiao: Ediacaran biodiversity: Biological evolution and environmental evolution (Confirmed)

5. Renbin Zhan and Jiayu Rong: Major macroevolutionary events and their dynamics between 480 Ma and 400 Ma of Earth history: Evidences from South China (Confirmed)

6. Jason Hilton: Phylogenetic and environmental aspects of early seed plant radiation (Confirmed)

7. Min Zhu: Evolution and early radiation of jawed vertebrates (Confirmed)

8. Per Ahlberg: Integrated morphological-molecular research in the study of early vertebrate evolution (Confirmed)

9. Shuzhong Shen: How rapid was the biggest biological mass extinction during the Phanerozoic? (Confirmed)

10. Jin Meng: Developmental and paleontological evidence converges on evolution of the mammalian middle ear (Confirmed)

11. Xing Xu: Origin and evolution of birds: combining paleontological and developmental evidence (Confirmed)

12. Else Marie Friis and Kaj Raunsgaard Pedersen: The enigma of angiosperm origin (Confirmed)

13. Greg Wilson: The adaptive radiation of multituberculate mammals before the extinction of non-avian dinosaurs and tracking the rise of angiosperms (Confirmed)

14. Meemann Chang: Ascent with modification: fossil fishes show adaptation to the uplift of the Tibetan Plateau (Confirmed)

15. Caroline A.E. Strömberg: The spread of grassland ecosystems during the Cenozoic: A story of co-evolution? (Confirmed)

16. Svante Pääbo: A molecular genetic perspective on human origins in Asia (Confirmed)

17. Diane Edwards: Global environmental effects of the colonization of the land in the Palaeozoic (Confirmed)

18. Pavel Yu Parkhaev: Early Radiation of Mollusca (Confirmed)

19. Gareth Nelson: Biogeography as a tool in evolutionary studies (to be confirmed)

 

Session 5: Biodiversity and Conservation Biology

 

Organizers:

1)Keping Ma, Professor, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: kpma@ns.ibcas.ac.cn

2)Jeffrey McNeely, Former Chief Scientist, IUCN, Swaziland (Confirmed)

Email: Jeff.McNEELY@iucn.org

 

Session 6: Mutualism and Evolution

 

Organizer:

1) Jin Chen, Professor, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences (To be confirmed)

Email: cj@xtbg.org.cn

2) Zhishu Xiao, Associate Professor, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: xiaozs@ioz.ac.cn

 

Speakers:

1.Provorov Nikolay A: Application of symbiotic models to resolve the urgent problems of evolutionary biology (Confirmed)

 

Session 7: Wildlife Diseases

 

Organizers:

1) Hongxuan He, Professor, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: hehx@ioz.ac.cn

2)Dale Nolte, Assistant Coordinator, National Wildlife Disease Program, Wildlife Services, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, United States Department of Agriculture, USA (Confirmed)

Email: Dale.L.Nolte@aphis.usda.gov

 

Speakers:

Santiago Merino Rodríguez: Interactions between hemoparasites-vectors and wild birds

 

Session 8: Biological Security

 

Organizers:

1) Jianghua Sun, Professor, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: sunjh@ioz.ac.cn

2)Alain Rogues, Professor, French National Institute for Agricultural Research, France (Confirmed)

Email: alain.roques@orleans.inra.fr

 

Session 9: Bioenergy

 

Organizers:

Jian Xu, Professor, Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: xujian@qibebt.ac.cn

 

Speakers:

1. Greg Mitchell: (Confirmed)

2. Edward Bayer: (Confirmed)

3. Qiang Hu: (Confirmed)

4. Wei Huang: (Confirmed)

 

 

Session 10: Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources and Associated Traditional Knowledge

 

Organizer:

Dayuan Xue, Professor, College o fLife and Environment Science, the Central University for Nationalities, China (To be confirmed)

Email: xuedayuan@hotmail.com

 

Session 11: Systems Biology and Synthetic Biology for Industrial Microbes

 

Organizer:

Yin Li, Professor, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: yli@im.ac.cn

 

Session 12: Nanobiology

 

Organizers:

1) Lei Jiang, Professor, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: jianglei@iccas.ac.cn

2) Xingyu Jiang, Professor, the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology of China (Confirmed)

Email: xingyujiang@nanoctr.cn

 

Organizers:

1. Paresh Chandra Ray: Gold Nanotechnology for Biology (Confirmed)

2. Lianbing Zhang : Biological Uptake Pathway for Cellular Delivery of Nanomatherials (Confirmed)

3. Michael Wilson: Enhancement of the effectiveness of light-activated antimicrobial agents by gold nanoparticles (Confirmed)

 

 

Session 13: Stem Cell and Reproductive Medicine

 

Organizer:

Duanqing Pei, Professor, Guangzhou Institute of Biomedicine and Health, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: pei_duanqing@gibh.ac.cn

 

Session 14: Gasotransmitters in Biology

 

Organizers:

1) Guangdong Yang, Research Assistant Professor, the School of Kinesiology, Lakehead University, Canada

Email: gyang@lakeheadu.ca

2) Yanxi Pei, Professor, Vice Dean of College of Life Science, Shanxi University, Taiyuan, Shanxi, China

Email: peiyanxi@sxu.edu.cn

 

Speakers:

1. Hongzhu Li: Interaction of hydrogen sulfide and estrogen on smooth muscle cell proliferation (Confirmed)

2. Xin Liu: Gasotransmitters in stomatal movement of plant (Confirmed)

3. Shaowu Xue: CO2 signaling in Arabidopsis guard cells (Confirmed)

4. Hua Zhang: H2S in plants, the history is just beginning (Confirmed)

5. Weihua Zhang: Calcium sensing receptor regulates endogenous H2S to inhibit smooth muscle cell proliferation in diabetic rat (Confirmed)

6. Wenhao Zhang: Gas molecules and plant response to abitoc stress (Confirmed)

7. Guangdong Yang: How to promote longevity: let H2S count the way (Confirmed)

8. Yanxi Pei: Hydrogen sulfide alleviates cadmium toxicity in Arabidopsis thaliana (Confirmed)

 

Session 15: Biocomputation

 

Organizers:

1) Jingdong Han, Professor, CAS-MPG Partner institute for Computational Biology, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Confirmed)

Email: jdhan@picb.ac.cn

2) John Jungck, Professor, Department of Biology, Beloit College, USA (Confirmed)

Email: jungck@beloit.edu

 

Speakers:

1. Peter Lockhart: How it is possible to better understand systematic error in phylogeneomic data (Confirmed)

2. Rubem Mondaini: The mathematical programming approach to protein structures and their stability (Confirmed)

3. Christopher Welsh: Fostering interdisciplinarity at the interface of biology and mathematics: lessons from a national institute (Confirmed)

4. John R. Jungck: Computational Geometric, Topological, and Spatial Statistical Analyses of Dividing Epithelia (Confirmed)

5. Michael Zhang: Novel Markov model of induced pluripotency predicts gene expression changes in reprogramming (Confirmed)

6. Philipp Khaitovich: Metabolome evolution of human tissues (Confirmed)

7. Yixue Li: Association network and related regulatory mechanism resulted from protein translational modification data  (Confirmed)

8. Yong Zhang: Global Nucleosome Repositioning During Genome Activation  (Confirmed)

9. Xia Li (Confirmed)

10. Yangdong Wang (Confirmed)

11. Jingdong Han (Confirmed)

 

Session 16: Bioethics/Biological Education

 

Organizers:

1)John Buckeridge, Professor, School of Civil, Engineering & Chemical Engineer, RMIT University, Australia (Confirmed)

Email: john.buckeridge@rmit.edu.au

2) Li Zhang, Associate Professor, College of Life Science, Beijing Normal University (Confirmed)

Email: asterzhang@gmail.com

3)John Jungck, Professor, Department of Biology, Beloit College, USA (Confirmed)

Email: jungck@beloit.edu

4)  Enshan Liu, Professor, College of Life Science, Beijing Normal University (Confirmed)

Email: liues@bnu.edu.cn

5) Margaret Waterman, Professor, Biology Department, Southeast Missouri State University, USA

Email: mwaterman@semo.edu

6) Lorna Holtman, Deputy Dean, Zoology Department, University of the Western Cape (UWC), Republic of South Africa

Email: lholtman@uwc.ac.za

7)  Lily Rodriguez, Sede Servicio Nacional de Areas Naturales Protegidas Ministerio del Ambiente, Peru

Email: lily.rodriguez@giz.de

8) Ethel Stanley, Director, BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium, Beloit College, USA

Email: stanleye@beloit.edu

 

Speakers:

1. John Buckeridge: Environmental ethics - global issues and an Australasian perspective (Confirmed)

2. Michael Atchia: Regional responses, both environmental and bioethical (Confirmed)

3. Hussein Salama: Environmental awareness and conservation of biological resources in Egypt (Confirmed)

4. Raymond Katebaka: Effective biodiversity conservation challenges in Africa: A case of East Africa (Confirmed)

5. Rachel Ankeny (Read by John Buckeridge): Current issues in bioethics in Australia (Read by John Buckeridge, Confirmed )

5. Lorna Holtman: On southern African issues (Confirmed)

6. Darryl Macer: SE Asia perspectives (Confirmed)

7. Aster L. Zhang: China perspectives (Confirmed)

8. Margaret Waterman: (Confirmed)

9. Ethel Stanley: (Confirmed)

Program Overview

 

Date

Activities

2-4 July 2012

BioEd 2012

4 July 2012

Whole-day Registration

14:00-18:00

Officers and EC Meetings

5 July 2012

9:00-10:15

Opening Ceremony

10:15-10:30

Tea Break

10:30-12:00

Plenary Lectures

10:30-11:00

Prof. Giorgio Bernardi: Evolution in the genomic era (Confirmed)

11:00-11:30

Prof. Zhonghe Zhou: Evolution as a scientific theory: evidence from remarkable Chinese fossils (Confirmed)

11:30-12:00

Prof. Nils Chr. Senseth: Ecological effect of climate change (Confirmed)

12:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00-18:00

IUBS Business Reports

IUBS Ad Hoc Committee Meetings

14:00-18:00

lBioindustry Sessions

lExhibition

18:00-20:00

Reception

6 July 2012

9:00-18:00

Symposia

Session 1: Climate Change Biology + IUBS/ISZS BCGC Program Workshop

Session 2: Genomics and Evolution + IUBS Integrative Genomics Program

Session 3: Nature Heritage and Conservation + IUBS Biology and Traditional Knowledge Workshop

Session 4: Biodiversity and Conservation Biology

Session 5: Mutualism and Evolution

Session 6: Palaeontology and Evolution

Session 7: Wildlife Diseases

Session 8: Biological Security

Session 9: Bioenergy

Session 10: Genetic Resources Acquisition and Sharing

Session 11: Synthetic Biology

Session 12: Nanobiology

Session 13: Stem Cell and Reproductive Medicine

Session 14: Biocomputation

Session 15: Bioethics/Biological Education

 

9:00-18:00

lBioindustry Sessions

lExhibition

7 July 2012

9:00-18:00

Symposia

9:00-18:00

lBioindustry Sessions

lExhibition Close

8 July 2012

9:00-12:00

IUBS Business

 

14:00-18:00

New IUBS EC Meeting

 Local Tour or Departure

9 July 2012

Local Tour or Departure



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