Cambridge BioTech Week highlights strengths in bio- and health technology


29-04-2019

Cambridge BioTech Week - which takes place from 25 to 28 June - aims to shine a spotlight on Cambridge’s strengths in biotechnology, to raise awareness of the exciting work taking place, catalyse new ideas and form new partnerships.

The week will feature a series of events dedicated to celebrating, showcasing and accelerating the biotechnology and health technology work taking place in and around Cambridge.
The main event of the Cambridge Biotech Week is the Health Horizons Future Healthcare Forum taking place on 26th and 27th June.  
Ticket prices increase at midnight 30th April 2019. 
An opportunity for scientists from academia and industry to discuss their latest research and its potential to be applied in pharma and biotech towards new treatments. Learn more…
Cambridge Wireless will co-host the Digital Disruptors session (part of Health Horizons) on the 26th of June. Learn more…
The EBD Academy will host a biotech startup workshop on the 25th June focusing on fundraising in the USA. Learn more...
One Nucleus will organise a Cambridge Biotech Showcase on the 27th of June featuring the most prominent scale up stage healthcare companies from the cluster. Learn more...
The Cambridge Rare Disease Network will host an event on the 27th of June focusing on cross-sector collaboration and divergent thinking in developing therapies for Rare Disease. Learn more...
Cambridge Network supports the organisation of Brains Eden 2019 gaming meeting on 28th June. Gaming is increasingly relevant and used as a tool in the healthcare arena. Learn more...

The BioTech Week will offer visitors a unique opportunity to meet and network with key opinion leaders from the biotechnology and healthcare sectors, including government representatives, researchers, scientists, pharma and technology innovators, academics, start-ups and investors.

Find out more here

To read more information, click here.

The Innovation Forum seeks to promote innovation by building bridges between academia, industry and government and linking innovative minds across disciplines. We are a multi-campus organisation active at the Universities of Cambridge and London.

Innovation Forum