The first International Workshop on Anthocyanins (IWA) meeting took place in Melbourne (Australia) back in 2000 with the goal of bringing together scientists from Universities, Institutes and Industries, from different research areas but with the common ground of working on anthocyanins. Since then, six more IWA meetings have been held with great success in Australia
(2002 and 2004), New Zealand (2006), Japan (2009), the United States (North Carolina, 2011), and Portugal (2013). IWA is the only world congress that focuses exclusively on anthocyanins and is an essential meeting point for all people working in the field of plants and their metabolites.
The 8th international Workshop on anthocyanins (IWA 2015) will be held in the South of France, in the city of Montpellier from September 16th to 18th.
This will be a great opportunity for scientists from all over the world to exchange their views and most recent findings on anthocyanins. The conference organising and scientific committees are planning great special events and to invite prominent scientists, in order to make your visit an outstanding experience both at the intellectual and social levels.
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