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SILAE

Italy

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OMICS International is going to organize its 4th International Conference and Exhibition on Food Processing & Technology in collaboration with SILAE, Italy during August 10-12, 2015 in London, UK. We intend our scientists to work alongside taking the advantage of our world-class facilities, to push the boundaries of Food Processing Technology.

SILAE is to promote the research, development and use of medicinal and food plants in different countries of the World. SILAE welcomes and actively seeks opportunities to work cooperatively, activating and intensifying scientific relations between Countries and between SILAE Members. SILAE aims to be a truly international scientific organization by providing access to the scientific literature to anyone, anywhere; by publishing works, through our SILAE Special Issues, from every nation; by engaging a geographically diverse group of scientists in technical-scientific relationships, projects and interexchange programs and visits. In addition to this it aimed to individualize new ways of collaboration among its member countries, also in the amplest frame of the European as well as Asiatic continent to sign under such accords with intergovernmental organisms.

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SILAE is to promote the research, development and use of medicinal and food plants in different countries of the World.

Agri, Food and Aqua Conferences are the basic disciplines of all the subjects. As a matter of fact research within the field of food technology has been conducted for many years and has resulted in pioneering various novel techniques and standard protocols. Various conference related to these subjects have been organized in Asia, Europe and USA. Veterinary Conferences in OMICS provide a common platform for all the researches, academicians and industrialists related to the field of animal science to focus on all aspects of infectious diseases and host-pathogen interaction in animals and various other emerging issues related to veterinary science.