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SERIPRODEV will be held in April 2011
Oct '10
The 5th BACSA international conference “Sericulture for multi products – new prospects for development” – SERIPRODEV will be held in hotel Ambasador, Bucharest, Romania from 11 to 15 April 2011. The Institute for Bioengineering, Biotechnology and Environmental Protection – S.C.BIOING SA, Bucharest – Romania is hosting the meeting in collaboration with the Black, Caspian Seas and Central Asia Silk Association (BACSA).

Besides the traditional use of silk in the textile industry there is a recently increasing importance of using the silkworms and mulberries for medicals, pharmaceuticals, food, cosmetics, biotechnology, biomaterials etc. Therefore the multi products sericulture development has a great future as a way for both stabilizing economically and preserving this industry.

The SERIPRODEV 2011 conference is opened to all those involved and interested in sericulture industry - sericulturists, agricultural and industrial producers of cocoons, silk and other sericultural products, administrators, developers, entrepreneurs, traders, scientists and technicians, working in each step or link of production and trade chains.

We appreciate presenting country reports not only from the BACSA member countries, but also from any other country having sericulture development activities.

Science and technology papers are also invited to be presented in the field of mulberry and non-mulberry silkworms, cocoon and silk production, pathology, breeding and bacology, using silkworm and mulberry for non-textile purposes, post-cocoon technologies, silk enterprise and trade.

Exhibition sessions will also be organized for equipment/tools and sericultural products.

The Black, Caspian Seas and Central Asia Silk Association (BACSA) was established after the “International Workshop on Revival and Promotion of Sericultural Industries and Small Enterprise Development in the Black, Caspian Seas and Central Asia Region”, organized by FAO in cooperation with the Government of Uzbekistan and held at Tashkent, Uzbekistan from 11 to 15 April 2005 in order to promote sericulture production in the region countries.

The Black, Caspian Seas and Central Asia Silk Association (BACSA)

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