The Global Conference convenes some of the world’s most extraordinary people to explore solutions to today’s most pressing challenges in financial markets, industry sectors, health, government and education. Where others see problems, we seek solutions. Learn More
For a quarter century, NewYorkBIO has been the voice of New York’s life science community, helping to define the industry, protect its interests, and grow its opportunities.
Join us May 4-5 in New York City as we celebrate 25 years of life science development in New York, from the humble beginnings of a handful of researchers and companies, to the current, multi-billion dollar enterprise that it is today.
The conference will feature a keynote address by Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning book The Emperor of All Maladies, the inspiration for Ken Burns’s documentary Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, which airs on PBS in March 2015.
Other conference hightlights include:
Walking around the future headquarters of the organization he’s been charged to build, Ed Cantwell shared his grand aspirations.
Ideally, he said, the space on the second floor of OneCity’s first office building will become a hub for the way future health care innovations are developed. The goal is to house more than 100 engineers here, staffing a lab that helps health care technologies work together in a way that can transform the industry. He also hopes to share space with innovators and entrepreneurs who see ways to make a real difference in health care once the industry’s data is more accessible.
now why I’m here,” said Cantwell, executive director of the Center for Medical Interoperability. “A lot of other organizations don’t understand why you would put this center in Nashville, [they’d say] put it in Silicon Valley, put it in Boston, put it in D.C. I want this to be accessible to anybody in Nashville that wants to talk about innovation and transform via an interoperable platform.” Read More
The BIO International Convention returns to the birthplace of biotech, San Francisco, California for 2016! The Bay Area region continues to grow and advance biomedical innovation while continuing to offer programs and services to support new medical advances. Join the global biotech community in San Francisco and see how the everyday becomes extraordinary at BIO 2016!
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Registration is Now Open for BIO 2016!
The BIO International Convention (BIO) attracts over 15,000 biotechnology and pharma leaders who come together for one week of intensive networking and partnering meetings to discover new opportunities and promising partnerships. We offer unparralled partnering opportunities, an outstanding education program, an expansive exhibition floor, and exclusive networking events where you’ll access over 2,500 CEO’s from leading biotech companies. Learn more.
April 19-20, 2016
Georgia Tech Global Learning Center
84 5th ST. N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30308
The AUTM Communication Technologies Partnering Forum is a unique opportunity to network with industry partners and take an in-depth look at the communication technology sectors. Among the highlights will be presentations from our industry partners focusing on technological areas of interest and how to best work with their company; short panel sessions dealing with technology transfer topics relevant to communication technology and related industries; and plenty of opportunities for one-on-one partnering.
Technology transfer professionals and industry partners who have responsibility for identifying and commercializing communication technologies will be in attendance. Read More