Aim of ACGG

Importance of Asia is increasing more and more in terms of economic, social, and scientific activities. We the Asian countries contribute to the progress of science together with Western countries.
ACGG was started as Asian Communications of Glycobiology and Glycotechnology in 2009, and changed its name to Asian Community of Glycoscience and Glycotechnology in 2013 at the 5th Annual Conference. Glycoscience is a new scientific area with huge potential. ACGG serves as a platform of collaboration of researchers in Asian countries through sharing the technologies, resources, and information toward further advancement of glycoscience.



News / Topics

April 12, 2016 The 8th ACGG conference was held in Wuxi, China.(October13-16, 2016)
November 12-15, 2015 The 7th ACGG conference was held in Miyagi, Japan. [ First Announcement ]
April 21, 2015 About 150 kinds of human glycogene clones constructed by AIST are now available at NITE Biological Resource Center (NBRC) for purchase.
Glycogenes Library
December 12, 2014 The 6th ACGG conference was concluded in success.