Diversity, productivity and function of land-based habitats are often shaped by interactions between above-ground and soil-dwelling organisms. The technological revolution of recent years has opened possibilities for applying new methods (e.g. in genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, phenomics and bioinformatics) and novel non-invasive techniques (e.g. x-ray tomography) to the study of interactions between organisms.
This conference will offer a prime opportunity to promote technology, services and companies relating to the cross-disciplinary theme of this event, as well as creating an invaluable networking environment with a professional and scientific audience.
The expected international audience will include senior scientists, professors and research group heads, postdocs and graduate students. The anticipated attendance is 100 delegates.
There is a variety of different sponsorship packages available and support will be explicitly acknowledged prior and during the event.
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If you are interested in sponsoring this conference, please contact the Conference Office.