|Ref#: 168 , Social Sciences & Humanities Conferences|
August 26, 2012 - August 30, 2012
China is among the earliest countries that cultivated and ate edible mushrooms. Recent years has witnessed rapid development in Chinese mushroom industry and mushroom scientific research. Dr. Huajun Tang, Chair of the Organizing Committee of the 18th ISMS Congress, and Dr. Greg Seymour, President of the International Society for Mushroom Science, are extending invitation to all mushroom researchers and producers to participate in the 18th Congress in Beijing, China, August 26-30, 2012 to share their research results and experience and to see the mushroom research and production in China with their own eyes. The International Society for Mushroom Science (ISMS) seeks to further the cultivation of edible (including medicinal) macrofungi. It is non-political and non-profit making. The objectives of ISMS are the dissemination of information on new developments and the science of mushrooms and to stimulate exchange of new ideas between growers and scientists around the world. ISMS publishes a newsletter, Mushrooms and Health Global Initiative Newsletter, four times a year.. ISMS sponsors a major international congress on mushrooms, such as the upcoming one in Beijing in 2012, every 3-5 years. Other seminars, meetings and workshops are endorsed and supported by ISMS working with national committees.
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