Biotechnology and Bioengineering 2020 Meeting & Hospitality
We welcome you all to the EuroSciCon Conference on Biotechnology & Bioengineering which is to be held in the beautiful and vibrant city Stockholm, Sweden.
Stockholm is the social, media, political, and financial focal point of Sweden. The Stockholm district alone represents over 33% of the nation's GDP and is among the best 10 areas in Europe by GDP per capita It is a significant worldwide city and the fundamental place for corporate base camp in the Nordic locale. It has the yearly Nobel Prize functions and feast at the Stockholm Concert Hall and Stockholm City Hall. One of the city's most prized exhibition halls, the Vasa Museum, is the most visited non-craftsmanship gallery in Scandinavia. The Stockholm metro, opened in 1950, is notable for the stylistic theme of its stations; it has been known as the longest workmanship display on the planet. Sweden's national football field is found north of the downtown area, in Solna. Ericsson Globe, the national indoor field, is in the southern piece of the city. The city was the host of the 1912 Summer Olympics and facilitated the equestrian segment of the 1956 Summer Olympics generally held in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Stockholm has a place with the Temperate deciduous woods biome, which means the atmosphere is fundamentally the same as that of the far northeastern zone of the United States and seaside Nova Scotia in Canada. The normal yearly temperature is 7.6 °C (46 °F). The normal precipitation is 531 mm (21 in) a year. The deciduous woods have four unmistakable seasons, spring, summer, fall, and winter. In the fall the leaves change shading. Throughout the winter months, the trees lose their leaves.
Stockholm Central Station has train associations with numerous Swedish urban areas just as to Oslo, Norway, and Copenhagen, Denmark.
Stockholm has a large number of interesting churches, some of them dating back to medieval times. Most of them are in active use by the Lutheran Church of Sweden. There is also a synagogue and a mosque in the city center. The Skogskyrkogården cemetery, in the southern suburbs, is one of the very few UNESCO World Heritage sites from the 20th century.