Special Event onScience Carnival
Africa- Our Common Motherland
Block I. Women in Science Conference
Special Session:Young Scientists in Omics
Block II. The International Panda's Day: Biodiversity& Global Emergencies
Block III. Global Collaborations on Oceanomics
ICG-16开幕式 Opening Ceremony of the ICG-16
Block IV. Omics & Global Bioindustry: FromScientific Discovery to Industry Development
Block V. Omics & Global Health
Block VI. States-of-the-Art in Life Sciences
Block VII. Special Session: Humanity & Bioethics inOmics
We’ve got tracks focusing on Omics,
so no matter what sector your company lives in,
we’ve got the stage, lounge and networking event.
Established markets generate intense competition during which new and innovative marketing strategies are required and new and existing products should be further developed.
Life science companies may have a great opportunity to generate new partnerships or business relationships through product launching in ICG-16.
A limited number of presentations are available. Sign up early to secure your presence!
Networking and sharing ideas with some of the most innovative minds.
Food and beverage will be served throughout the event. Don't miss the opportunity to make an impression in this intellectually stimulating and socially memorable occasion.
The banquet provides a key networking opportunity for attendees to build connections in a relaxing and informal environment.
Traditional Chinese performances are typically included in the banquet.
October 26，2021，BGI-Qingdao, Sino-German Ecopark,
QingdaoInternational Economic Cooperation Zone, China
The Women in Science Conference is a special meeting of the International Conference on Genomics (ICG-16）. The Women in Science Conference is hosted by BGI and takes place the day before ICG-16. This conference is organized by Laurie Goodman, Editor-in-Chief of the international journal GigaScience.
The Women in Science Conference provides an international forum that brings together top female researchers in big-data science. It is a scientific conference with topics spanning a broad range of fields in the life sciences, including evolution, 'omics,' cancer, complex diseases, reproductive health, technology and informatics. In addition to the exploration and sharing of scientific advances, this venue also provides an opportunity for young women researchers to interact with senior women in science, gain mentors, discuss issues that women may face when working in the sciences, and learn about how senior researchers have dealt with these problems.
This conference is open to women researchers only.