Probiota Asia 2021: Join world-renowned academics at our FREE digital microbiome summit
The summit returns to bring together experts from the worlds of business and science to discuss the latest developments in prebiotics, probiotics and microbiome modulation for better human health.
With four broadcasts featuring high-level keynote presentations, engaging panel discussions and live Q&A segments, the event will take a deep dive into the business, science, research and trends behind the world’s fastest-growing region for probiotic and prebiotic sales.
Registration for the event is free.
NutraIngredients-Asia Editor-in-Chief, and Regional Head APAC at publisher William Reed, Gary Scattergood said: “Our Probiota Asia summit quickly became the must-attend event for brands, suppliers and researchers across the probiotic, prebiotic and microbiome modulation sectors since we first launched our conference in 2017.
“While we are unable to stage the summit face-to-face this year, we have compiled a world-class agenda for our digital version, and furthermore, registration is free.
“In addition, our 2021 summit includes new event features giving you more of an immersive digital experience where you will be able to network live with fellow delegates through 1-1 meetings with the help of AI matching, participate in group discussion, interact through live Q&A and polls, and visit our sponsor hubs.”
The full line-up of speakers includes:
Agathe Foussat - Danone Nutricia Research
Dr Alain Delpy -Bened Biomedical
Alcine Chan - National University of Singapore
Dr Balamurugan Ramadass - All India Institute of Medical Sciences
Cathy Yu - CIRS
Daniel Kitay - FunDay
Prof David Lynn - The SAHMRI Precision Medicine Theme
Evan Hayes - Factors Group
Ewa Hudson - Lumina Intelligence
Guangming Zhang - ffit8
Dr Majed M Abukhader - College of Pharmacy, National University of Science and Technology, Al-azaibah–Muscat
Dr Michael Conlon - CSIRO Health & Biosecurity
Dr. Pietro Antonio Tataranni, MD - PepsiCo
Peter Barraket – Designs For Health Australia
Richard Beckett - The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London
Dr Samuel JK Abraham - GN Corporation
Ass Prof Shao Quan Liu - National University of Singapore (NUS), Food Science and Technology
Prof Siew C NG - The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Dr Sun-Ho Frank Kim - Seah Bio Solutions
Wai Mun Poon - Wong SJ Asia
Dr Wei-Lian Hong - Yili
Prof William Chen - Nanyang Technological University, Food Science and Technology
Dr Yun Zhanyou - Yili
The four broadcasts are:
October 26, 3pm (SGT), Scientific Breakthroughs: Cutting-Edge Microbiome Research Amid the Pandemic
We will kick off with a session on the latest scientific understanding with immunity, vaccines and COVID-19 in relation to the microbiome at the forefront of our presentations and discussions.
October 27, 3pm (SGT), Probiotics and Beyond: From Personalisation to Artificial Intelligence
This broadcast will be detailing how the latest scientific and technological developments will propel the industry in the years to come, spanning personalisation to the latest digital and data tools.
Tuesday November 2, 3pm (SGT), Opportunity Asia and Middle East: Regulations and Market Access Decoded
This session will feature a raft of market experts from China, South Korea, South East Asia and the Middle East, all of whom will provide the very latest regulatory updates, market opportunities, and state-of-the industry assessments from their respective regions.
Wednesday November 3, 3pm (SGT), Idea to Commercialisation: Product Development, Innovation and Format Opportunities
The event will conclude with a deep dive into creating successful products, featuring the latest NPD opportunities from the biggest MNCs, to the region’s pioneering start-ups.