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The 16th International Nutrition & Diagnostics Conference 2016 (INDC 2016)

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Date: 03 October 2016 - 06 October 2016, Venue: Hotel DUO, Prague, Czech Republic

The 16th International Nutrition & Diagnostics Conference 2016 (INDC 2016) will take place at the Hotel DUO, Prague, Czech Republic, from 3-6 October 2016, www.indc.cz. Chaired by Assoc. Prof. Aleš Horna and supported by the Czech Society of Nutrition and the Czech Society of Probiotics and Prebiotics, the INDC conference series is a leading meeting dedicated to nutrition and clinical diagnostics. Prague offers a delightful location for the meeting, as one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Following the success of the previous International Nutrition & Diagnostics Conference we are delighted to invite you to the next year’s event on 3 – 6 October 2016 at Hotel DUO in Prague, Czech Republic. INDC 2016 will once again bring together medical doctors, analytical chemists, biochemists, chemists, and those in the clinical diagnosis seeking research breakthroughs, new technologies and new approaches in the field of nutrition, food diseases, food components and health trends. Nutrition, food science and diagnostics have improved their importance in today´s human´s life style. Food diseases, nutritional disorders, and malnutrition habits are becoming major public health concerns recently. It is important for people to balance nutrition and physical activity nowadays, therefore is determinant to prevent and manage food diseases. The meeting will feature an extensive scientific programme of oral and poster presentations which will focus on providing the newest research results to address the diverse challenges faced by today´s scientists. Keynote lectures will be presented by leading academic and industrial scientists from around the world including Mirek Macka (University of Tasmania, Australia); Eugene Jansen (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, The Netherlands); Helena Tlaskalová-Hogenová (Charles University, Czech Republic).

In addition to the scientific content, INDC 2016 will include an industrial exhibition where delegates can learn about the latest developments in instrumentation for clinical diagnosis, and separation science. There will also be a business meeting which will give the opportunity to delegates to meet potential partners and researches.

Business Meeting (B2B) http://www.indc.cz/en/business-meeting/

The 16th International Nutrition & Diagnostics Conference 2016 (INDC 2016) www.indc.cz