Events and visits
International Business Festival
26 June Liverpool Echo Arena and Convention Centre
We are organising an event within this major biennial festival: ‘Transforming healthcare – everybody’s business’.
Speakers include the Metro Mayor of Liverpool City Region, Steve Rotheram and Paul Rice, Head of Technology Strategy at NHS England. Register here.
On the same Life Sciences Day at the IBF, Enterprise Europe Network are organising the Healthy Future Partnering Event. Register here.
UK-China Oncology Congress Application Pack
Department for International Trade and the Science and Innovation Network, in partnership with the China National Cancer Centre, are now inviting applications for participation in the UK-China Oncology Congress taking place June 25 to 29, 2018 in Beijing and Guangzhou, China.
Organisations eligible for DIT services may now apply to participate in the UK Exhibition of Oncology Excellence, which forms the centrepiece of the Oncology Congress.
Queries and completed applications to: Oncology.Congress@fco.gov.uk
Alderley Park Open Day
Friday 18th May, 10:00am – 1:30pm
A day of insight, networking and exploration at Alderley Park. Tour the world leading scientific facilities and hear about the latest developments.
Innovation in Care - 10th Anniversary Lecture and Exhibition
Wednesday 23rd May, University of Cumbria - Lancaster Campus
This event has been designed to showcase the possibilities of technology in health and care. From 2 till 4pm there is an exhibition of organisations and applications relevant to the redesign of care and support services. At 4:30pm there will be refreshments followed by a Public Lecture by Dr Kevin Doughty, 10th Anniversary Visiting Professor for Digital Transformation of Care Services.
After the lecture there will be a cheese and wine reception hosted by Wellbeing Enterprises event sponsors. You are also welcome to attend an open meeting of iCUHTec.
To book your place email email@example.com
by Monday 7th May; please state in your email whether you wish to attend the exhibition or lecture or both.
UK Bio International Networking Breakfast: NHS at 70, opportunities and challenges, from tackling AMR to real world trial delivery
Mon 4 June 2018; Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, 600 Atlantic Avenue, Boston
Speakers from the UK and US to talk about their response to the global crisis in AMR. This will include speakers from the national UK Antimicrobial Resistance Centre, and Oxford based biotechnology company Oxford Nanopore Technologies.
You will be able to network with UK companies, national stakeholders, bio-clusters and incubators. This includes Alderley Park, one of the biggest science parks in the UK, home to the UK AMR Centre as well as global industry.
Intellectual Property in Software
Tuesday 5 June, 12.30 – 1.30pm; Innovation Centre, Sci-Tech Daresbury
David Robinson and Mike Williams, partners in Marks & Clerk’s software practice group,and Lucia Caporuscio, a trademark attorney with expertise in trademarks and designs, will cover all aspects of intellectual property in software including copyright, designs and trademarks, but with a focus on the patentability of computer-implemented inventions.
To register for the event please contact Pita Gainsbury by 31 May at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for registration: 5 June 2018
Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) have teamed up with 2018 International Business Festival for this event, taking place on International Health & Life Sciences Day of the festival. Participants will publish a collaboration profile, identify companies they are interested in and then meet and greet at high speed!