Based on the successfully held of ICABST2019 in Bangkok, Thailand -- 2020 International Conference on Advances in Biological Science and Technology was planned to be held in Sanya, China during Oct. 28-30.
While due to the effect of COVID-19, ICABST2020 will be held during Oct. 28-30, 2020 by video conference instead.
All oral presenters are requested to prepare a video presentation, poster presenters should make electronic posters (in .pdf .pptx). All presntations will be broadcasted during conference dates.
We will announce the access to the video conference to participants one week before the conference. The conference is organized by Asia-Pacific Association of Natural Science and Engineering.
As an annual gathering, it provides an extensive platform for scientists, researchers and scholars to present their research results and newest findings
in all fields of Biological Science and Technology, especially in Molecular Biology, Biomedicine, Biomedical Engineering, Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Agricultural & Food Science and Animal & Plant Science, discuss the practical challenges encountered recommend better solutions for biotechnology.
Please circulate ICABST2020 to the attention of any of your colleagues who may be interested in participating
(click to download conference flyer). We will be looking forward to communicating with you about the latest research topics.
Publications: All submitted abstracts and full papers will be peer reviewed by the conference committee and publisher editors. Accepted abstracts will be collected in Conference Program & Abstracts Book. Select abstracts will be published in the journal "Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology" (ISSN: 1742-7843, Impcat Factor 2.45) and collected/indexed by Science Index Citation. Select Full papers will be published in "IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science" (ISSN: 1755-1315) and collected/indexed by EI Compendex. Excellent original research full papers could be recommended to be published in related international journals with high impact factors.