The theme of the ANRRC 2015 meeting is "Connecting dots to new frontiers".
This year's meeting will consist of a plenary session and eight scientific sessions, poster presentations and exhibitions.
The scientific sessions will have 60 talks that will cover all aspects of research resource management; from collection to standardization for quality assurance.
Also there will be a China-Korea joint seminar on hydrobiological resources and biodiversity session which will deal with the issues on Nagoya Protocol.
Launched in 2009, ANRRC now has 97 member institutes from 14 countries.
As the founding president of ANRRC, I appreciate all ANRRC members for their dedication.
Join us at Incheon for the superb conference experience and enjoy the beautiful autumn in Korea.
Director General of KNRRC