Biodiversity & Sustainable Energy Development Conference 2013, Biodiversity Events, Sustainable Development Meeting
116th OMICS Group Conference
2nd International Conference on

Biodiversity & Sustainable Energy Development

August 12-14, 2013 Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
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Participants List from Academia

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Boston University, United States

Flinders University, Australia

Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

 Putra Malaysia University, Malaysia 

Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute, KENYA

Nanjing University, China

Harbin Institute of Technology, China


Participants List from Business
Cadila Pharmaceuticals, India

Chemical Works of Gedeon Richter, Hungary

3S-Pharmacological Consultation & Research GmbH, Germany

Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Australia

Psoriasis and Cutaneous Inflammation Research Laboratory, USA

Alcon Laboratories Inc., USA

National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan

Grup de Recerca de Reumatologia (IRHVH), Spain

Bayer Health Care, Richmond, USA

Crown Bioscience Inc., China

Hammersmith Hospital, London

Van Drie Research LLC, USA

Dr.Reddy's labs, India

Merck Research Laboratories, USA

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER), India

AstraZeneca R&D Boston, USA

Abbott Laboratories, USA

Hutchison MediPharma Limited, China

Sage Bionetworks, USA

Central Drug Research Institute, India

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, India

National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science & Technology (NIIST) , India

Novartis Campus, Austria



Day 1
Scientific Program
Day 2
Scientific Program
Day 3
Scientific Program
2nd International Conference on Biodiversity & Sustainable Energy Development, will be organized around the theme "To understand the recent advances in Biodiversity on earth by implying research, education and outreach."

Biodiversity-2013 is comprised of 16 tracks and 102 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in .

Submit your abstract to any of the following tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.
Lyuba Varticovski
National Cancer Institute
Sudhanshu Sekhar Panda
University of North Georgia
Abstract Submission Register
Track 1: Ecosystem and Ecography
Track 1-1 Biodiversity convention
Track 1-2 Ichnology, landscape ecology, and fossils
Track 1-3 Entomology and anthropology in biodiversity conservation
Track 1-4 Biodiversity through horticulture
Track 1-5 Population and conservation biology
Track 1-6 Wet lands and deforestation
Track 2: Origin of Species and Evolution
Track 2-1 Current research in evolutionary biology
Track 2-2 Evolutionary neurosciences and evolutionary anthropology
Track 2-3 Sociobiology and technological aspects of evolution
Track 2-4 Potential applications of evolution
Track 2-5 Adaptation and coevolution
Track 2-6 Protection of endangered species: What are we doing?
Track 2-7 Heredity and genetic diversity
Track 2-8 Phylogeny and computational biology
Track 3: Biodiversity, Energy Systems and Environmental Sustainability
Track 3-1 Monitoring, analysis and management of environmental pollution
Track 3-2 Health and environment
Track 3-3 Satellite applications in the environment
Track 3-4 Biotic interactions in temperate and tropical forests
Track 3-5 Sustainable energy systems and environmental considerations
Track 3-6 Biofuels and agronomy
Track 3-7 Arctic and alpine ecology
Track 4: Plant Pathology and Microbiology
Track 4-1 Biodeterioration and post-harvest technology
Track 4-2 Microbes and environment
Track 4-3 Molecular plant protection
Track 4-4 Epidemiology of diseases and modeling
Track 4-5 Mycosystematics and microbial diversity
Track 4-6 Molecular biology and microbial genomics
Track 4-7 Agriculture microbiology
Track 5: Biofertilizers and Biopesticides
Track 5-1 Fungal endophytes and mycorrhizae
Track 5-2 Solubilising microorganisms
Track 5-3 Integrated pest, nutrient, and weed management systems
Track 5-4 Genetic manipulation of crop plants for pest resistance
Track 5-5 New developments in organic farming
Track 5-6 Impact on conventional production systems
Track 5-7 Quality control, regulation and safety management issues
Track 5-8 Biocontrol and soil microbiology
Track 6: Linking Hydrology and Biodiversity
Track 6-1 Hydrogeology- distribution, movement, and management of ground water
Track 6-2 Hydroinformatics- applications in information and communications technology
Track 6-3 Hydrobiology- movement of water in life processes
Track 6-4 Wastewater and sludge treatment technology and reclamation
Track 6-5 Water distribution on earth
Track 6-6 Water evaluation and planning
Track 7: Biodegradation and Bioremediation for Conservation
Track 7-1 Biodegradation of organic contaminants in groundwater
Track 7-2 Biodegradation, leaching, and toxicity assessments
Track 7-3 Bioremediation technologies and biotransformation processes
Track 7-4 Genetic engineering approaches
Track 7-5 Mycoremediation and phytoremediation
Track 7-6 Landscape degradation and restoration
Track 7-7 Hazardous substances, emission sources, and detection techniques
Track 8: Biodiversity in Earth Science and Climate Change
Track 8-1 Meteorology and paleoclimatology
Track 8-2 Global warming and ozone layer depletion
Track 8-3 Oceanography and glaciology
Track 8-4 Geophysics and atmospheric sciences
Track 8-5 Geography and mineralogy
Track 8-6 Climatology and climatic changes
Track 8-7 Geology and sedimentology
Track 8-8 Cartography and geoinformatics
Track 8-9 Environmental issues and policies
Track 9: Biogeochemical Cycles and Food Webs
Track 9-1 Biogeochemical cycles and aquatic ecosystems
Track 9-2 Trophic dynamics
Track 9-3 Carbon transformation and nutrient mineralization
Track 9-4 Energy flow and biomass
Track 9-5 Litter decomposition and food systems
Track 9-6 Effect of biogeochemical variables on biodiversity patterns
Track 9-7 Impact on terrestrial ecosystems in rapidly changing environment
Track 10: Sustainable Energies and their Development
Track 10-1 Energy sustainability
Track 10-2 Energy from live forms and biomass
Track 10-3 Renewable energies
Track 10-4 Green energy technology
Track 10-5 Economic modelling of energy technologies
Track 10-6 Elements of sustainable agriculture
Track 11: Governance for Sustainable Development
Track 11-1 Demographic transition
Track 11-2 Adaptive strategies for changing the planet
Track 11-3 Resource development for environmental sustainability
Track 11-4 Exploration of sustainable resources and economic sustainability
Track 12: Biothreats and Biosecurity
Track 12-1 Bioterrorism and warfare
Track 12-2 Synthetic biothreats and future biological weapons
Track 12-3 System failures and human errors
Track 12-4 Impact on biodiversity
Track 12-5 Emerging diseases effecting biodiversity
Track 13: Current Issues and Measures
Track 13-1 Addressing biodiversity loss
Track 13-2 Coral diversity and its safety
Track 13-3 Challenges in long term conservation of biodiversity
Track 13-4 Wild life management
Track 13-5 Geographic shifts of species
Track 13-6 Human activities and their impacts
Track 13-7 Current issues in technology transfer and enforcement
Track 13-8 Measures for crop improvement and production
Track 14: Integration of Life Sciences
Track 14-1 Biochemical engineering
Track 14-2 Food process technology and engineering
Track 14-3 Bioengineering and biomedical engineering
Track 14-4 Biological and medicinal chemistry
Track 14-5 Energy and environment
Track 15: Waste Management
Track 15-1 Leachate treatment
Track 15-2 Air pollution control and equipment
Track 15-3 Pollution prevention in industry
Track 15-4 Hazardous waste and waste treatment
Track 15-5 Recycling and reuse
Track 16: Global Warming
Track 16-1 Greenhouse gases
Track 16-2 Solar activity
Track 16-3 Climate change mitigation
Track 16-4 Ozone layer depletion
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