Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions (AI Bio)
Growing prosperity in Alberta's agriculture, food and forestry sectors

A listing of conferences, workshops, AGMs and other events that are sponsored by or are relevant to the work of AI Bio Solutions

Some events like Impact Innovation are hosted annually by Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions.  Click here to view.

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Ingredients for Success: The Conference on Food Innovation - May 26-27, 2015 PRESENTATIONS    ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE  Deerfoot Inn and Casino, Calgary, Alberta

Ingredients for Success: The Conference on Food Innovation 2015 gave more than 160 participants information and perspectives on innovation in the food sector, latest information in food safety, and how innovation can improve profitability.



FAST! "Food and Agriculture" 2015 Bilateral Workshop. Edmonton, AB November 9, 2015University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB

Come join delegates from academia, industry, and government from Alberta and France. The workshop will slrengthen existing collaborations and may foster new scientific or technical collaborations with partners in France.

Bioindustrial Innovations: Unlocking Value and Tackling Climate Change Nov 23-25, 2015Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, AB, Canada

Hosted by the Biorefining Conversions Network and Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions, the conference Bioindustrial Innovations: Unlocking Value and Tackling Climate Change  promises to be an engaging event that brings academia, industry, government, municipalities, and policy makers together. Participants will be presented with a unique networking opportunity to develop ideas, businesses and relationships that are critical for success in today's bioindustry. The conference agenda explores feedstocks, biomass conversion technologies, synthetic biology, green chemistry, advanced materials, and other facets of the bioindustry.

Accounting for GHGs Nov 25, 2015Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Canada

Measuring and tracking carbon flows is essential for understanding how changes in practice impact GHG emissions. Accounting for GHG emissions is also requirement in many industrial sectors, and forms the basis of Alberta's carbon offset program.  The Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) Biological GHG Management Program, which is offered in partnership with AI Bio is pleased to offer a workshop, "Accounting for GHGs", which will help attendees understand both the basics and the complexities of tracking carbon from biological and industrial processes. The workshop will address key issues, techniques for calculating emissions and reductions and will work through some practical examples for clarity.

World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology April 17-20, 2016San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA, USA

We hope that you will be able to join us in beautiful San Diego for the 13th annual BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology! The BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology is the world's largest industrial biotechnology event for business leaders, investors, and policy makers in biofuels, biobased products, and renewable chemicals.

Land Use 2016 - May 4-5, 2016The Westin Edmonton, AB

The ​Alberta ​Land ​Institute's ​Land ​Use ​conference ​is ​western ​Canada's ​premier ​forum ​on ​land ​use ​research, ​planning, ​and ​policy.

Land ​Use ​2016 ​will ​bring ​together ​decision ​makers ​and ​researchers ​from ​Alberta ​and ​around ​the ​world ​to ​explore ​the ​theme ​of ​Regional ​Planning ​- ​how ​it ​influences ​the ​provision ​of ​ecosystem ​services, ​the ​use ​of ​agricultural ​land, ​and ​governance. ​The ​conference ​will ​also ​showcase ​research ​funded ​by ​the ​Alberta ​Land ​Institute ​over ​the ​past ​two ​years.

Impact Innovation 2016 - May 11, 2016Citadel Theatre, Edmonton, AB

Come to our complimentary 2016 Impact Innovation session in Edmonton on Wednesday, May 11, 2016.  Be entertained and informed about the science and innovation that Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions is supporting.












Last updated: Wednesday, August 19, 2015