6th ICMBMP in Bonn, Germany

  • The 6th International Conference on
    Mushroom Biology and Mushroom Products was held from September 29th till October 3rd 2008 in the Beethovenhalle in Bonn, Germany.
    Here you can see a photo impression.

    John Buswell, secretary of WSMBMP (l), Dan Royse, President of WSMBMP and Jan Lelley of GAMU, organisers of the Conference.
    The Conference Banquet on October 3rd in the Beethoven Halle.
    Jan Lelley of GAMU at the closing ceremony.
    Dr Klinhom from Thailand explains the situation on wild exotic mushrooms in her country.
    German composting company owner Michael B
    Belgian scientist Bernard Desrumeaux was the chairman of this workshop.
    The agaricus compost workshop on Friday attracted a lot of people.
    On tuesday evening, a river cruise on the Rhine river was organised.
    A local tv station filmed at the Conference.
    At the small trade fair.
    Sonnenberg, Van de Vorle, Jablonski and Baars during a break between lectures.
    Dr Jablonski from the Czech Republic.
    Roel Dreve, editor in chief of Mushroom Business, during his lecture 'The Mushroom Media Landscape: Changes and Challenges'.
    Audience in the theatre of the Beethovenhalle.
    Lambert van Horen during his keynote lecture 'Economic developments in the mushroom industry'.
    Leo van Griensven during his keynote lecture 'Mushrooms, Cause and Cure'.
    Unicorn booth at the small trade fair.
    During a break between lectures.
    Piet Lempens, promoting the Dutch Mushroom Days (June 2009) at the trade fair, and other participants of the Conference.
    Dutch supplier Topterra was present with a booth at the trade fair. The company was sponsoring the Conference as well.
    Mark Wach of Sylvan and Leo van Griensven talk in between lectures.
    Dan Royse speaking at the Conference.
    Jan Lelley speaking at the Opening Ceremony of the Conference.
    Beethoven music played in the Beethovenhalle in the city of Beethoven.
    Musical performance during the Opening Ceremony.
    Entrance to the Beethovenhalle.
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