V. International Conference on Environmental, Industrial and Applied Research – BioMicroWorld2013

2nd October - 4th October 2013 | Madrid, Spain
Formatex Research Center in the Faculty of Medicine, Complutense University (Madrid, Spain)

You are cordially invited to participate in the V. International Conference on Environmental, Industrial and Applied Research – BioMicroWorld2013, which will be held in the Faculty of Medicine – Complutense University (Madrid, Spain) from 2 to 4 October 2013.

The BioMicroWorld conference series is already a reference in the microbiology field. This conference will bring together researchers, engineers and scientists in the fields of industrial microbiology, biotechnology, environmental sciences, agriculture, food and medical microbiology, and other related fields, to communicate current research priorities and progress in those fields, and to identify new research approaches.
Please, take some time to read the detailed list of Topics that will be discussed at the conference.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
We now welcome proposals for oral, poster or virtual presentations at the conference. Abstracts can be one-page long (at most) and must be prepared according to the guidelines provided in the Call for Papers section. Please, read this section carefully to get more details on abstract preparation and submission.

Abstracts must be submitted no later than 2 July 2013 (for oral presentations) and/or 30 July 2013 (for poster and virtual presentations) using the conference management tool: Abstract Submission

Presenting authors can present a maximum of two (2) abstracts at the conference if they are registered under the full rate or student registration modes, and only one (1) abstract if they are registered under the virtual registration mode. More information on registration modes is available in the Registration section.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2011 EDITION

The previous edition of the BioMicroWorld Conference was held in Torremolinos-Málaga Spain, during 14-16 September 2011 and it was attended by more than 500 researchers from nearly 60 countries.