Coalesce Research Group, a well-renowned scientific publisher and event organizer, announces the 4th Webinar on Agriculture Food and Aqua held on July 29-30,2021. Webinar with sole aim to aggregate academicians, researchers, scientists to share their knowledge and create a platform for the exchange of information on technological developments, new scientific innovations and educate the "future trend in agriculture, food and aqua to people".
Agriculture is the art or science of production of crops and livestock farms. Agriculture plays a crucial role in economy. Modern agriculture is providing numerous opportunities for research and employment like horticulture, floriculture, seed technology, nematology, pathology, engineering, biotechnology, forestry, animal science, dairy, bee keeping, climatology etc. Agriculture serves as major economic backbone to some countries. Modern Agriculture upgraded with modern innovations and technologies like GPS agriculture, moisture and soil Sensors, Weather Tracking, Satellite Imaging, Mini chromosomal Technology, RFID Technology, Farming software, etc. Food science is a significance discipline and pledge of food science and technology professionals to advancing the science of food, ensuring a safe and abundant food supply, and contributing to healthy of people everywhere is integral to that evolution. Aquaculture is environmentally involves in the production of seafood and production of ornamental fish for the aquarium trade, and growing plant species used in a range of food, pharmaceutical, nutritional, and biotechnology products.
In this Virtual gathering try to meet the huge names far and wide to come down to a typical place, share a typical platform and broaden their insight among future scientists, business visionaries and additionally the farmers who dedicate their work and time to give nourishment to the whole world. This Auspicious meeting additionally gives a premium interdisciplinary stage to develop a system from the grass root to the apical best among academicians and researchers.
Who can take part?