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We successfully conducted our First International conference on Bio-resource and Stress Management during 6-9th Feb, 2013 at Science city, Kolkata, India and 2nd International conference on Bio-resource and Stress Management  was held during 7-10th Jan, 2015 at Hyderabad, India. 3rd conference is to be held in 2017. Official site is  Please visit our site after the declaration.

The conferences have brought to light the recent findings and solutions proposed by eminent scientists around the World to the inflation, population growth, climate change and depleting natural resources through bio-resource and stress managements.  

Our mother Earth being a centre of origin for many crop plants and rich in biodiversity and endemic species is also unique in having a wide range of ecological conditions which favour diversity of species and genes. However, we are still unable to manage daily food for the burgeoning more than seven billion population in the present World with the fast depleting resources available. Hence our scientific community is duty bound to come up with solutions through sustainable means using modern technology on one hand and ethnic knowledge on the other. India with the history of more than a hundred ethnic tribes is still sustaining on traditional knowledge systems in agriculture, environment and medicine. Where Technology proves to be liable, traditional systems is eco-friendly. As these problems are not just confined locally but encountered globally at varied intensities, it is the time for us to come together and resolve them to find a universally applicable solution. 

In view of the present day need for food and nutritional security under increasing environmental stress, this conference plans to build a team of scientists across the country for transfer of knowledge to the scientists, policy makers and the young budding researchers as well as identify emerging technologies to be applicable for stress management in the context of global climate changing scenario.