BioMalaysia 2012



5 Nov 2012
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Oxford Business Group is pleased to announce its media partnership with the BioMalaysia 2012 Conference which will be held on 5 – 7 November, in Malaysia. In this respect we send you the following message from the conference organisers:

Dear Oxford Business Group Subscribers,

Malaysia's Efforts in Harnessing Bioeconomy

“To make bioeconomy work for Malaysia, we need to relook at how best to deploy our resources, enhance private-public partnerships, build strengths in focus areas, specialise and enhance service levels”

Source: YAB Prime Minister’s Opening Speech during BioMalaysia 2011

Malaysia, as one of the most competitive biotechnology hubs in the Asia Pacific Region, has recognised the importance of a bioeconomy, and has taken early critical steps in coordinating and intensifying national efforts to harness bioeconomy’s potential through the implementation of the Bioeconomy Initiative Malaysia (BIM). BIM was designed to be the framework for the nation to develop into a high-income economic powerhouse by year 2020. This framework was further expanded resulting in a detailed roadmap for the Malaysian bioeconomy, and the subsequent creation of the Bioeconomy Transformation Programme (BTP).

This November, renowned experts will present their case on the sustainability of bioeconomy. Convening at the annual BioMalaysia Conference, they will share and discuss on the progress, success stories, lessons learnt, and future of global bioeconomy. Be part of the biggest biotech industry gathering in the Asian region with valuable and applicable ideas, as well as opportunities to expand your network!

Highlights of the Conference Topics
Track sessions

  1. Driving Innovation And Wealth Creation Through Bioeconomy
  2. Bioeconomy In Action: Its Impact And Opportunities For Asia
  3. Innovation As The Foundation For Bioeconomy
  • Healthcare – Research At The Heart Of Innovation To Inspire, Drive And Sustain The Bioeconomy
  • Developing Strategic Co-Operation For Bioeconomy
    • Industrial – Complete Utilization of Lignocellulose: Refining Concept for Palm Empty Fruit Bunch
  • Building The Value Chain For Bioeconomy – Healthcare
  • Building The Value Chain For Bioeconomy – Agriculture
    • The Role Of Biocontrols / Biofertilizers Addressing Food Safety Issues
    • Metabolic Innovations Using Redox Biology for Agricultural and Food Biotechnology Applications
    • Capitalising The Rich Malaysia Biodiversity In Product Development For The Global Wellness Industry
    • Global Cooperation – A Case Study On Aquaculture Value Chain
  • Building The Value Chain For Bioeconomy – Industrial
    • Turning Waste Into A Valuable Resources: Driving The Biobased Economy
  • Natural Substances: From Discovery To Successful Commercialization – Experiences From The Front
  • Enablers To Drive A Bioeconomy
    • Human Capital -Developing A Workforce To Sustain The Growing Bioeconomy
    • Policy – Global Trade And Policy Issues
  • Sustainable Growth Through Successful Commercialization
    • Agriculture - Biological Solutions For Achieving Sustainabile And Scalable Agriculture
    • Healthcare – Biosimiliars
    • Healthcare – Stem Cells And Regenerative Medicine
    • Biotech IPOs And Islamic Financing: Positioning Malaysia As The Regional Hotspot For Industrial Biotechnology’s IPOs
  • Opportunities & Challenges In A Bioeconomy
  • Details of the speakers HERE

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