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The 5th International Conference on Biosciences (ICoBio) 2023

Theme: Bioscience Innovations and Biodiversity Management to Support Sustainable Development Goals

Date: 2-3 August 2023

Hybrid Event (IPB International Convention Center Bogor-Indonesia and Zoom), Virtual meeting only for overseas participants

Committee: Department of Biology, IPB University (email:, in collaboration with Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Malaysia, and Kasetsart University, Thailand. 

  • IOP Publication (Published online 28 December 2023) : LINK
  • Open registration : 1 March-5 June 2023
  • Abstract last submission (Oral/Poster) : 5 June 2023
  • Accepted abstract announcement : 26 June 2023
  • Early payment due date : before 5 July 2023
  • Last payment due date : before 21 July 2023
  • IOP Guideline Meeting (Media: Zoom): 3 July 2023 
  • Full paper submission due date: 10 July 2023
  • Presentation materials submission period: 23-27 July 2023
  • Conference date : 2-3 August 2023
  • 1st Reviewer comment send to corresponding authors through email : 9-10 August 2023
  • 1st Revision by the authors : 9-16 August 2023
  • Zoom meeting: Topic: Submission and review process in Morresier platform : Friday, August 11, 2023 at 7-8 PM (Jakarta time) (zoom link will be informed to author email)
  • Deadline submission of the  1st Revision through Morresier platform: 16 August 2023
  • 2nd Reviewer comment: send to corresponding authors through email and Morresier platform​: 30-31 August 2023
  • 2nd  Revision by the authors: 1-11 September 2023
  • Deadline submission of the  2nd  Revision through Morresier platform: 11 September 2023

It is undeniable that biosciences play a pivotal role in every aspect of life. Biosciences have been translated into various inter and trans-disciplinary fields, leading to practical solutions to sustainable development goals (SDGs).

Indeed, today we are facing severe issues including poverty, food and feed security, healthcare issue, energy scarcity, global warming, biodiversity loss, and others. Integration of biological field with engineering, information technology, economy, and social sciences may serve as potential strategies to combat such challenging issues.

As part of the global scientific communities, Department of Biology, IPB University facilitates researcher, practitioners, students, academicians related to the field of biosciences worldwide to gather and share information, ideas, knowledge, and research results on the 5th International Conference on Biosciences (ICoBio), held on 2-3 August 2023.This year, ICoBio will be held as an hybride event (Bogor-Indonesia and Zoom) with the main theme of "Bioscience Innovations and Biodiversity Management to Support Sustainable Development Goals", which will serve a fruitful atmosphere of scientific meeting that represents our best efforts in facing today's challenging issues.

The participant will be requested to complete the payment after accepted abstract announcement (26 June 2023), and payment due date: 

  • Early payment due date : before 5 July 2023
  • Last payment due date : before 21 July 2023

Bank: BNI
Bank account number: 3898498
Swift Code: BNINIDJABGR (for abroad payment system).

For overseas participants, payment via WISE is allowed (procedures: click here), then please upload proof of payment through the link: or

All participant are required to submit the proof of payment slip to or

For those international participants or student, please kindly submit a copy of:

1. student card, or

2. overseas workplace identity/passport.

Participants with paper are requested to send the abstract of the link below at latest on 5 June 2023. The author shall certify that the abstract submitted to the committee has not been published or presented elsewhere.


  1. Biodiversity, Biological Conservation, Climate Change
  2. Bioprospecting and Industrial Biology
  3. Omics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology
  4. Techno-biology and Bioengineering
  5. Smart and Sustainable Agromaritime

Type of Presentation : 
1. Oral Presentation
2. Poster Presentation

A. Biodiversity, Biological Conservation, and Climate Change

Biodiversity and Biological Conservation become the outcome of scientific studies searching for social and economic benefits and its correlation with climate change issues. This topic includes (1) Genetic biodiversity (study at gene level); (2) Species biodiversity (the study of varieties of species in nature); (3) Ecosystem biodiversity (species diversity with their habitats); and 4). Climate change (how climate change impacted nature sustainability, biodiversity loss, and conservation biology). Biodiversity, conservation biology, and climate change issues can also be the basis to analyse and answer the sustainable development goals criteria: (1) in basic & social sciences (taken from nature's perspective and understanding); (2) as the backbone of applied sciences (agriculture, aquaculture, animal husbandry, forestry. etc.).; (3) basic development knowledge to better land-use pattern; (4) bio-resources utilisation; (5) societal and cultural context (based on local/global biodiversity); (5) human development; (6) basis of general law (biodiversity & biology as the basis of dynamic stabilisation law in complex systems).


B. ​Bioprospecting and Industrial Biology    

Bioprospecting and industrial biology focus on the exploration of natural sources. It includes small molecules, macromolecules, and genetic materials. These natural sources can be developed into commercially valuable products in agriculture, bioremediation, health issues, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical industries. Industrial biology is mainly based on a process that uses a complete living cell or their components (bacteria, enzymes, chloroplast) to obtain desired products for a sustainable life.

C. Omics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology

Omics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology focus on the main study on how biological problems are interpreted and analysed and the application of solutions to problems using bioinformatics.  The biological problems in this topic Including (1) genetics; (2) epigenetics; (3) genomics; (4) proteomics; (5) metagenomics; (6) transcriptomics; (7) phylogenetics; (8) metabolomics; (9) systems biology; (10) structural analysis; (11) molecular modelling; (12) pathway analysis; (13) computational bioengineering; (14) computational biomechanics; (15) computational bioimaging; (16) mathematical biology; and (17) theoretical biology.


D. Techno-Biology and Bioengineering

Techno-biology and bio-engineering focus on the application of technology to biosciences, such as in: biomedical/biosystem/biochemical (neurostimulator, derived stem cells, testing and measuring of nanoscale features, regenerative medicine, diagnostic tests, antimicrobial nanoparticle, tissue integrity, health monitors, nano solar cells, protein characterisation, cell phenotype; nanoparticle medicine, drug delivery); electrical/bio-synthetics (3-D Imaging, robotic, ultrasound, nanoprobes, injectable bio, material biocompatibility, embedded transceivers, thermal design of buildings); mechanical/biosensor (haptics-sensing/manipulating objects through touch, exoskeleton using an external anatomical device that supports/protects a body, body motion in harvesting energy for microbial fuel cells, artificial disc/intelligence, pollution control to global warming).

E. Smart and Sustainable Agro-Maritime

Smart and sustainable agro-maritime focus on the topic includes: (1) satisfying human food and fibre need; (2) enhance environmental quality and the natural resources in land and water; (3) natural biological cycles and controls; (4) sustain the economic viability of farm operation; and (5) enhance the quality of life for farmers/fisher and society to conclude the criteria of sustainable development goals. This topic also including agro-maritime technology using the agricultural drone, satellite photography and sensors, IoT-based sensor networks, phase tracking, weather forecasts, automated irrigation, light and heat control, intelligent software analysis for pest and disease prediction, as well as soil management and other involved analytical tasks, and other agro-maritime biotechnologies.

1. HAYATI Journal of Biosciences -Scopus, Q3 in Agricultural and Biological Sciences)

2. Microbiology Indonesia -Sinta 1

3. Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia (JIPI)- Sinta 2

4. Jurnal Sumberdaya Hayati (JSDH)- Sinta 4

  • Keynote Speakers:
    • Dr. Laksana Tri Handoko, M.Sc
      Head of National Research & Innovation Agency (BRIN)
    • Dr. Bagus Putra Muljadi
      University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
  • Invited Speakers:
    • Dr. Arif Budiman (Orion Genomic Institute, USA)
    • Yohey Terai, Ph.D (SOKENDAI-The Graduate University for Advanced Studies,
      Research Center for Integrative Evolutionary Science, Japan)
    • Prof. Woo Sik Chung (Gyeongsang National University, Korea) 
    • Assoc. Prof. Nur Ain Izzati (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia)
    • Prof. ‪Arinthip Thamchaipenet‬ (Kasetsart University, Thailand)
    • Prof. Lisdar I Sudirman (Department of Biology, IPB University, Indonesia)

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