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OMICS Group-The scientific hub that possesses the unique and the second-to none feature, because of the best published articles and eminent International conferences organized throughout the year. The salient features of OMICS Publishing Group are Open Access Journals which are 300, a Team of 25, 000 editorial members along with a reviewing team of 30, 000 and more that 1,00,000 followers on social networks and most essentially 3.0 million readers. Hence it sustains the best and the current research articles in the Open Access Group besides approaching the world of scientists by organizing 100 International Conferences every year (annually) which consists of eminent speakers and scientists all the way from the globe. B2B meetings and presentations through posters are especially encouraging the young researchers and most exclusively the exhibitions that are the world class in nature assisting the exhibitors to meet the globe. The associations, the societies and the collaborations mark OMICS Group International at its best.

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Gothenburg was founded by royal charter in 1621 by King Gustavus Adolphus. At the mouth of the Göta älv, the Port of Gothenburg is the largest port in the Nordic countries. Gothenburg is home to many students, as the city includes both the University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology. Volvo was founded in Gothenburg in 1927. The city is a major centre in Sweden for sports and home to the IFK Göteborg, BK Häcken, GAIS and Örgryte IS association football teams as well as the Frölunda HC ice hockey team. Gothenburg is served by Göteborg Landvetter Airport, located 30 km (18.64 mi) southeast of the city centre, and by Göteborg City Airport, located 15 km (9.32 mi) from the city centre. The city is known for hosting some of the largest annual events in Scandinavia. The Göteborg International Film Festival, held in January since 1979, is the leading film festival in Scandinavia with over 155,000 visitors annually. Every summer a broad variety of music festivals take place, such as Way out West and Metaltown.  Gothia Cup, held every year in Gothenburg, is in regards to the number of participants the world\'s largest football tournament: in 2011, a total of 35,200 players from 1567 teams and 72 nations participated. Best of all, Göteborg is comparatively cheaper than its east-coast rival, making it a top introduction to Sweden that shouldn’t make your piggy bank turn up its trotters.

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Why Attend OMICS Group Conferences
Attending OMICS Group Conferences is an opportunity to meet other people like you. That is to say, to meet eminent people in the various fields of science, engineering and technology, doing something similar to what you\\\\\\\'re doing. At the same time, those people are not doing exactly the same thing what you are doing, as they are all coming from other places from various departments belonging to same field for example depts. Like Manufacturing, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Validation, RA etc. from the field of Pharmacy. A conference is a unique opportunity to discuss best practices within the field, industry, or those in other industries if the people you meet are doing related things. Getting a variety of viewpoints can help us see where we can change or improve our own ideas and processes.

Why Attend in Person
Another reason for attending OMICS Group Conference in person that attendees mentioned is their "professional loneliness" or isolation. Many of us recognized that we are good at what we do and that we know where to find information on how to do things a little differently or where to find resources to help us learn something new. The human interaction of discussing these issues, however, makes them clearer and gives us a variety of new ideas that we don\\\\\\\'t necessarily receive by merely looking for information in non-human resources.  OMICS Group Conference, Symposiums and Workshops clear all the above mentioned questions. Where you can meet the eminent people in various fields and get interacted with them and having a word with them.

When we specifically look for information in printed and electronic sources, we have an idea what we\\\\\\\'ll find. When we discuss something with a number of other people, they sometimes bring new perspectives to the question we\\\\\\\'re asking. We determined that interaction with other humans at the conference-and elsewhere-was invaluable. But, OMICS Group will also all the people by availing with all the research documents in the websites.

Whether they are customers or other consultants, people who I personally know will sometimes marvel at the volume of information that I can provide for them. Although I tend to rely on my memory, I must admit that it is only part of the equation. The other part is the fact that I know quite a number of people who I can count on when I get stuck trying to find some information.

Although I know a number of people simply as a result of e-mail contact, the people I rely on most are those I\\\\\\\'ve personally met and spent some time with. I met many of those people at conferences such as those that used to be run by the LIMS Institute.

It should be fairy Big with Narrow focus
I think you may agree that it\\\\\\\'s difficult to just meet people at OMICS Group Conferences like Eminent persons. You can meet with people you know if you arrange it ahead of time, but it\\\\\\\'s difficult to just run into new people who may be advantageous to know. Smaller conferences such as the OMICS Group Conference were focused, so the people attending represented a variety of contacts within one or several areas. OMICS Group Conferences were big enough that you could run into a number of people who were doing things similar to what you were interested in. The problem with the smaller conferences, however, is that they tend to attract the same people year-after-year, which may not promote the diversity needed to enable people to make a number of new contacts each time they attend.  Unless the conference focus is very narrow a good meeting also may attract people from different fields, universities, industries (e.g., Pharma, Clinical, Medical, Engineering,  Biotech )and areas of the industry (e.g., CEOs, Presidents, Marketing Executives, Decision Makers, end-customers, software vendors, consultants), which increases attendees\\\\\\\' access to a wider scope of knowledge of their field.

Types of Conferences
Many people attend conferences specific to their software or specific to a topic (e.g., validation). It\\\\\\\'s also important to gain access to other information, as well. Although the technical conference may help you understand the best way to implement a specific brand of software, or a validation conference may discuss current trends in that field, it isn\\\\\\\'t the same as attending a general conference.