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  • 10th Oct 2011 BioPartnering Europe [more...]

    QEII Conference Centre, London

    http://www.techvision.com/bpe/

    LB presents in session 4 of the European Biotechnology Network session.

    Comments and case studies are welcome as part of the presentation.

  • 14th Mar 2011 Bio-Europe Spring [more...]

    Milan

    BioPartner.co.uk will lead the UK Delegation to Bio-Europe Spring in Milan, coordinating the UK pavilion, and providing promotional opportunities as well as support and advice during the conference.

    View UK delegation members here

  • 16th May 2011 EuroMedtech [more...]

    Turin, Italy

    100 euro discount. Contact [email protected] for the registration code.

    http://www.ebdgroup.com/emt/registration/index.php

  • 1st Mar 2011 Oxfordshire Business Lunch ‘Link to China’ programme [more...]

    Kassam Stadium, Grenoble Road, Oxford

    With Dr Kegang Wu Chief China Adviser, British Chambers of Commerce Tuesday, 1st March, 2011 at 12.30pm

    At a time of well publicised high level Government activity to develop close political and economic links between UK businesses and China, we are delighted to be involved in launching the ‘Link to China’ programme. 

    Our speaker, Dr Kegang Wu, the Chief China Advisor to the British Chambers of Commerce, is looking forward to sharing with delegates his insight on how this exciting collaboration will benefit the Oxfordshire business community and the broader Thames Valley region. As well as explaining the benefits of fostering links between our two countries, Dr Wu will also endeavour to answer your questions. You may be curious to know what trade opportunities exist within China’s regions, or to find out why your organisation, or your clients, should have a China strategy. 

    Key benefits and understanding to those attending will be: 

    • * How to develop closer working relationships with this dynamic market
    • *Access to a new match-making vehicle through the Chamber of Commerce
    • * Availability of free support from our partners in China 

    This programme has a number of key strategic partners here in the Thames Valley including HSBC, University of Reading, Bracknell Forest Council, West London Business School, Oxfordshire County Council and Swindon Borough Council. It represents an excellent opportunity for members to learn more about trade opportunities with China regions.

    We are delighted to announce that the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Group will host the National Headquarters for this exciting new programme of Trade & Investment collaboration - “Link to China”. 

    By working with our national partners, the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) and the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), businesses in 15 regions of China - and throughout the UK - will have access to a Chamber-led network, focused on creating new opportunities for international business collaboration and inward investment. 

    • 12:30pm – 1:00pm - Registration and informal networking
    • 1.00pm – 1:45pm - Two course lunch
    • 1:45pm – 2:15pm - Presentation and Q&A
    • 2:15pm – Close

    For more information and to book please call 01753 870500 

    James Hay Business Manager Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Group 467 Malton Avenue Slough Berks SL1 4QU Email: [email protected] Web: www.thamesvalleychamber.co.uk

  • 21st Mar 2011 Life Science Investment Day Scandinavia [more...]

    Stockholm

    supported by Meeting Mojo partnering software

  • 22nd Mar 2011 UK Nordic oncology Conference [more...]

    Copenhagen

    Supported by Meeting Mojo partnering software

  • 23rd Jun 2011 London Regenerative Medicine Network June meeting [more...]

    Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, Wilkins Building, University College London

    OPEN INVITATION IMPORTANT: If you wish to attend, you MUST REGISTER by replying to the email address shown below.

    LONDON REGENERATIVE MEDICINE NETWORK ---- Uniting the regenerative medicine, cell therapy and tissue engineering community --- We are writing to invite you to the June meeting of the London Regenerative Medicine Network, kindly supported by the Heart Cells Foundation. This meeting is being held in memory of the Foundation's founder, Ian Rosenberg. The evening will focus on the clinical translation of cardiac stem cell research. Three international experts will provide their unique experiences of developing cell therapies for the treatment of cardiovascular disease. 


    This event commemorates the outstanding support that the late Ian Rosenberg gave to cardiac stem cell research and translation. In particular, the multimillion pound fundraising that his charity, now run by his wife Jenifer, has done in order to advance cell therapies towards the ultimate goal of safe and effective treatments for the millions of patients with heart disease.


    This meeting is FREE OF CHARGE to attend due to the support of the Heart Cells Foundation, www.heartcellsfoundation.com/the_charity.htm. It will take place on Thursday 23rd June at 6.00 pm in the Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, Wilkins Building, University College London – A short walk from Euston Square, Goodge Street and Warren Street Tube Stations and Euston Station.

    Registration: 6.00 – 6.30 pm Presentations: 6.30 – 8.15 pm Networking Reception 8.15 – 10.00 pm
    AGENDA: 18.00 - Registration in the Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre (Wilkins Building, UCL) 18.30 - Welcome - Prof. Chris Mason - Advanced Centre for Biochemical Engineering, UCL 18.35 - Prof. Anthony Mathur, Bart's & the London - Introduction to the Heart Cells Foundation 18.40 - Prof. Christine Mummery - Professor of Developmental Biology & Chair of the Dept. of Anatomy and Embryology, Leiden University Medical Centre (Germany) 'Cardiovascular derivatives of embryonic stem cells in cardiac repair and drug discovery' 19.05 - Q & A 19.10 - Prof. Joshua Hare - Louis Lemberg Professor of Medicine & Director, Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institute, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine (USA) 'Cell therapy for chronic ischaemic heart disease: From concept to clinic' 19.35 - Q & A 19.40 - Prof. John Martin - Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, UCL 'Have we discovered the future?' 20.05 - Q + A 20.10 - Closing remarks - Dr. Emily Culme-Seymour - Director, LRMN 20.15 - 22.00 - LRMN Reception - Network whilst enjoying a glass of wine or two in the Garden Room, Wilkins Building, UCL.

    Full details to be posted very shortly to the LRMN website. ******** EVENT PARTNER: Heart Cells Foundation www.heartcellsfoundation.com/the_charity.htm PROMOTIONAL SUPPORT: 'Regenerative Medicine' www.futuremedicine.com/loi/rme ******* PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO LECTURE THEATRE SEATING CAPACITY, IF YOU WISH TO ATTEND THIS EVENT YOU MUST REPLY AS REQUESTED, OTHERWISE UNFORTUNATELY YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GAIN ADMISSION. Seat allocation is on a first come, first served basis.

    If you wish to attend, all that is required is to send an email with 'I will attend' in the subject box.  Please only respond if you can definitely make the meeting. If you have to cancel later, do please let us know. Replies must go to [email protected] - Please do not send any other correspondence to this email address.

  • 28th Feb 2011 BioPartnering North America [more...]

    Vancouver

    BioPartner leads a delegation to this event. www.biopartner.co.uk/overseas.php.

  • 5th May 2011 Anglo Nordic Biotech Conference VIII [more...]

    1 VS Conference Centre, London

    Supported by Meeting Mojo partnering software

  • 8th Apr 2011 Business Leaders’ Forum [more...]

    Henley Business School, Oxfordshire

    What is it for?

    Now that we’re told 2011 will be a Year for Growth, this is a not-to-be missed event as our guest speakers will equip you with current thinking and advice. Be the first to hear the Bank of England’s local agent on the outlook for the economy. We are also delighted to feature an up-to-the minute view on the Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) landscape and what business should look out for with the Bribery Act. University funding changes will also be highlighted.

    The forum provides an opportunity to assess the impact of external business factors and how these will affect your organisation. You will have the opportunity to raise concerns directly with the expert speakers.

    Attending will be representatives from both major and smaller businesses and there will also be an opportunity for networking.

    Who is it for?
    The forum is held twice times a year for those who want to be kept abreast of current policy and economic thinking within the Thames Valley and beyond. And to network with like-minded members – SME, corporate and multi-national sized companies.

    What is the format?

    10:00 am                       Registration, Networking & Coffee

    10:45 am – 12:15 pm      Presentations & Discussion/Q & A

    12:15 – 1:15 pm             Lunch & Finish

     Speaker Panel:

     Andrew Holder, Deputy Agent for Central Southern England, Bank of England

    Outlook for the UK economy

     Philip Somarakis, Partner, Blake Lapthorn                                                   

    Ø       The Bribery Act

     Dr Ian Tunbridge OBE, Acting Vice-Chancellor (External), Thames Valley University       

    How changes in the university funding regime will impact on employers

     Steve Lamb, Strategic Business Senior Director, Oracle Corporation UK Ltd

    Update on LEPs

    Who runs the group?

    Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce.

    How much does it cost?

    £35.00 + VAT.


    This event will be over-subscribed, so early booking is recommended. Please notify colleagues and associates. If your associate is not a member that has not previously attended they are welcome to book on.

     

    Simply call 01753 870 500 to book your place

  • 6th Sep 2011 UK delegation to BioPharm America [more...]

    Boston, MA

    BioPartner, with support from One Nucleus and their alliance with MassBio, will organise a delegation to BioPharm America 2011. See www.biopartner.co.uk/overseas.php for more information

  • 21st Jun 2011 BioPartner Annual Dinner and Discussion Forum [more...]

    BioCity and Colwick Hall, Nottingham

    Invitation only dinner for Life Science executives, UK BiotechNet core consultants and BioPartnership Programme members.

    Cost £75+VAT

    Contact us for your invitation

  • 30th Oct 2011 UK delegation to BioEurope [more...]

    Dusseldorf, Germany

    BioPartner, with support from UKTI TAP funding, will organise a delegation to BioEurope 2011. See www.biopartner.co.uk/overseas.php for more information