GIM 2019 will focus on the most recent advances in the microbial sciences related to industrially relevant microorganism as producers of bioactive molecules, of fine chemicals, of flavors, etc., and to be used as whole cells for health and wellbeing. The applied sciences will be complemented by advances in understanding fundamental processes that underpin how microbial cells behave in industrial settings and in the natural environment and how they produce molecules. The conference will also cover new tools and approaches.
The conference is being organized by a distinguished group of international scientists. The meeting will include eight plenary talks and 18 sessions covering different aspects related to industrial microorganisms. We expect GIM 2019 will attract over 500 scientists from academia and industry from all over the world.
Engineering primary metabolism for strain improvement
Regulation of secondary metabolism
Physiology and differentiation of industrial microorganisms
Microbial enzymes and applications
Novel bioactive compounds
Synthetic biology for fine chemicals
Vaccine discovery and production
Genome editing tools
Bioinformatic tools and big data approaches
Novel industrial microorganisms and approaches
'Biodegradation and biocontrol
Aromas and volatiles and their applications
Targets and leads for antifungals
Challenges in the discovery of new antibiotics
Gut microorganisms and their applications
Microorganisms for food and agricultural applications
Microorganisms as drugs
Full registration: USD 582.0
Student: USD 350.0
1-day registration: USD 175.0
Accompanying person: USD 175.0
Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pmmore
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