The Society for Biotechnology was established in 1923. Previously it is named as the Osaka Brewing Society and later renamed as the Society for Biotechnology in 2003. The aim of this society is to contribute to the development of biotechnology by providing a means for eminent researches regarding theories and practical applications, thereby disseminating the knowledge to all individuals in this field.
The Society for Biotechnology, Japan activities include: Publishing the society’s official Journals-Seibutsu-kogaku Kaish and Journal of Bioscience and other scientific books. Maintain contacts with related societies worldwide. Encouraging research and presenting awards for best research findings.
It is providing training, research and development opportunities for young researchers and students to ensure the future of basic scientific research, and by keeping the Japanese public informed of the importance of biotechnology.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from Society for Biotechnology, Japan who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences