- The workshop, organized by Agromarketing, Ideagro and the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon, will bring together more than 350 professionals.
- The event will be held at the Ismaili Center in Lisbon and registration is now open on the website www.microbioma.es
After the success of I International Forum on Microorganisms (Microbiome) that took place in May 2019 in Cartagena (Spain), with more than a thousand professionals attending, Agromarketing and Ideagro organize a new event in Lisbon to present the latest worldwide research on the application of microorganisms to agriculture. The workshop will take place on March 25 at the Ismaili Center in Lisbon and registrations are now open for the official Web www.microbioma.es.
The event, which has the collaboration of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon which is part of the Scientific Committee, was presented last week at the headquarters of the Lisbon university institution with the presence of the co-founders of Agromarketing, Arturo Soler and Antonio Santosas well as the doctor Christina Cruz, researcher and teacher at the University of Lisbon.
They advanced that the program that is being prepared, and that will be made public shortly on the official website, will include the most innovative aspects that are of most interest to the scientific community and the agricultural sector, such as fertilizers or biostimulants based on microorganisms that benefit nutrition and growth of plants naturally.
More than 350 professionals are expected to attend to this morning and afternoon session with coffee and a networking cocktail that will be held at the Ismaili Center in Lisbon, just 10 minutes from the center of the Portuguese capital, equipped with ideal facilities for holding this type of event.
Microbiome Workshop Lisbon 2020 will be the prelude to the second International Microbiome Congress which will be held at the Murcia city (Spain) in November for two days and in which it is expected to endorse the figures of the previous one that had more than a thousand attendees from 34 countries of origin with 32 expert speakers from around the world and with more than a hundred concerted meetings in the networking room, which makes Microbioma a the largest event on microorganisms applied to agriculture in Europe.[:]