National Conference on Plant Science Technologies: Current status and Future Prospects (NCPST-2017) | March 21-23, 2017 ~ helpBIOTECH

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National Conference on Plant Science Technologies: Current status and Future Prospects (NCPST-2017) | March 21-23, 2017

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National Conference on Plant Science Technologies: Current status and Future Prospects (NCPST-2017)
March 21-23, 2017
 
Organized by
Department of Botany
Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya (A central University)
Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh)
 
About the Conference
 
Plants are important as they supply food, shelter, medicine, pure oxygen for life, cleaner environment etc. required for survival of mankind. The skills and knowledge of plant science and related technologies are always needed worldwide, helping farmers to Environmentalists to Doctors. The applications of plant science technology are so broad and the advantages are so effective, that virtually every field of science is using this technology. Plant science technology is enabling different industries to make new or better products, often with greater speed, efficiency and flexibility. The research in plant sciences have entered upon a period of exciting new phase, which opens up a totally new and earlier unexplored vistas for our understanding of plant life. At the same time revolutionizing its applications in agriculture and food technology. This conference is basically focused on the new inventions as well as the process development, in plant sciences and their application for human welfare. It is conceptualized to provide a shared forum for researchers, and academicians to discuss the current state of the plant science technologies. This conference will witness a number of talks by eminent speakers and experts from different fields as well as work presented in the form of oral & poster presentations in the following broad scientific themes:
 
Scientific themes
 
• Technologies for lower and higher group of plants
• Diversity of plant & plant resource conservation
• Medicinal and aromatics plant research
• Plant technologies for drugs & vaccine development
• Plant-based products and Molecular farming
• Plant & Nano-biotechnology
• Microbial Technologies
• Biomass, Bio-energy and Biofuels.
• Environmental cleanup and Eco-restoration
• Genomics, proteomics and Bioinformatics
• Genetic engineering & transgenic plants,
• Plant molecular systematics • IPR, bio-safety, ethics and policy issues
 
 
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