BioDundee is delighted to announce that the 16th Annual BioDundee International Conference will take place on Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th May 2016 at the West Park Conference Centre in Dundee. The wine reception and gala dinner will take place in the Apex Hotel on Tuesday 24th May.
Register attend BioDundee – a collaborative event created by the Scottish Life Sciences Community
Day 1: Tuesday 24th May 2016
10am Start – Themes of the day include commercialisation and entrepreneurship, enterprising talent and design
6.45pm Wine reception at Apex Hotel, Dundee
7.30pm Gala Dinner
Day 2: Wednesday 25th May 2016
9.30am Registration – Themes of the day include Pitch perfect: showcasing innovation and glimpse into the future.
1.40pm Transport arrives at the West Park Conference Centre for tour
2.00pm Optional site tour to discover the James Hutton Institute
2.40pm Transport arrives at the the James Hutton Institute for tour
2.50pm Tour of Axis Shield Diagnostics
3.30pm Transport arrives at Axis Shield Diagnostics and returns delegates to the conference venue
Pitch Perfect: Showcasing Innovation
Over the course of both days of the conference there will be opportunities to participate in company showcases. These short pitches by innovative companies and organisations will highlight some of the excellent life science activity taking place across Scotland and the UK.
An exhibition will run throughout all the breaks of the conference and during registration.
BioDundee in partnership with the The James Hutton Institute and Axis Shield Diagnostics are giving you the opportunity to have a tour of their sites.
The James Hutton Institute is an international research centre based in Scotland. The work conducted is right at the top of the global agenda and involves tackling some of the world’s most challenging problems including the impact of climate change and threats to food and water security.
At Axis-Shield, innovation is fundamental to business. Their expertise encompasses the development of novel proprietary diagnostic tests in areas of clinical need and their incorporation onto the menus of the high throughput analysers of our partners, using a variety of assay technologies.
They specialise in unique markers for the early diagnosis and management of critical illnesses: