The IX International Scientific and Practical Conference on Biotechnology as an Instrument for Plant Biodiversity Conservation
(physiological, biochemical, embryological, genetic and legal aspects)
(Biotech 2020)
July 12-14, 2021
Asia Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

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Welcome

Thailand is located at the center of the Indochinese peninsula in the Southeast Asia with a total area of approximately 513,000 km2. It is the 20th most-populous country in the world with around 67 million people. In addition, it is rich in plant biodiversity and ranked the 13th in the world. Plant Biotechnology, as well as Plant Genetic resources is the major concern for universities, academic institutes, governmental organizations, and the public. Therefore, the Department of Plant Science, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University is organizing the IX International Scientific and Practical Conference on Biotechnology as an Instrument for Plant Biodiversity Conservation (Biotech 2020) in collaborations with the ISHS after successful TSO 2016, CryoSymp 2018, and BGL 2019.
The Biotech 2021 will help to encourage scientists, students, and private sectors to widen their knowledge and learn recent advanced plant technology. This will help to develop plant biotechnology and plant genetic resources conservation throughout the world.
We look forward to meeting you in Bangkok, Thailand in July 2021 !!!
With best regards,
Dr. Kanchit Thammasiri
Convener
Biotech 2021

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Dr. Kanchit Thammasiri presented VDO Development of Cryopreservation of Tropical Plant Germplasm - Prof. Akira Sakai_Mahidol University_March 7, 2001




Dr. Kanchit Thammasiri presented VDO Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources - Prof. Akira Sakai_Mahidol University_Dec 11, 1997


The Center, originally known as NCGEB, was first set up under the Ministry of Science, Technology and Energy on 20 September 1983. After the establishment of the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) on 30 December 1991, BIOTEC became one of the NSTDA centers, operating outside the normal framework of civil service and state enterprises. This enabled the Center to operate more effectively to support and transfer technology for the development of industry, agriculture, natural resources, environment and consequently the social and economic well-being of Thai people. Other centers under the NSTDA family include National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC), National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC), National Nanotechnology Center (NANOTEC) and Technology Management Center (TMC).

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