Biotech conferences offer platforms to interact with the most inventive scientific minds and business leaders all across the world. In Boston, there is a “biotech week” where they host a week-long conference filled with leading events spanning the drug development value chain! But since Biotech Week is over this year, we figured we’d sum up the other terrific biotech conferences in Boston ( https://events.mybiogate.com/biotechweekboston/ ) that were not to be missed.
Before we move on to the 4 Boston Biotech Conferences, note that these conferences are dedicated to accelerating biotechnology through innovative ideas, science and technology, and partnerships to bring about improvement in patient health. Attending these conferences can only benefit your practice, as you’ll get to interact with thought-leaders and potential partners from all walks of life, driving you closer to success.
1. BioTech Breakfast Briefing (October 15th, 2019)
This biotech conference focuses on the Wallonia life science cluster, and all discussions involved are Wallonia-related. This conference offers an in-depth insight into the life-science cluster of Wallonia while backing it up with the various advantages it offers, making it a very competitive market for businesses in the life-science industry! It offers various presentations by experts from varying professional backgrounds, leaving the attendees feeling satisfied with the critical information they receive about the science-related business in Wallonia. This event is designed to bring focused groups to the same platform to exchange ideas, so there will be many networking opportunities here.
2. Biotech Fundamentals (October 19th & 20th, 2019)
Don’t miss this glorious hands-on biotech conference in Boston that gives you insight into the very fundamentals of biotech. The best part about this conference is that you feel like you’re back at school, learning the basics and practical skills to get working on a fascinating molecular biology project at BosLab! If you’re new to the world of synthetic biology or bioengineering, stick around and learn how to make bacteria glow! This 2-day workshop involves developing laboratory skills and conducts many discussions on how bacteria are being used in biotech that affect everyday life (such as bacteria in insulin to the bacteria used in detergents).
3. 2019 Advancing Drug Development (December 12th, 2019)
This Boston biotech conference focuses on discovering new solutions and technological breakthroughs in the world of drug development. While shining light on how the industry incorporates advanced approaches in drug development, the program bolsters discussions between all medical professionals. With an opening and closing keynote and heated panel discussions, this conference is all about finding ways to address complex manufacturing methods and formulation development of complicated molecular compounds.
Find out how various consultants, pharma and biotech executives, and CDMOs work together to address this issue while understanding the criticality of investing their resources to make strides in developing higher quality drug products and solutions.
4. Xconomy’s Boston Life Science Disruptors (October 17th, 2019)
This unique Boston biotech conference ( https://events.mybiogate.com/news-blog/ ) was all about having open conversations: innovators were given a chance to present their experiences with biotech and the wisdom gained over the years, the ideas they pursued, and the battles they overcame. This conference spoke about biotech being for risk-takers: people who pursue their ideas even if they don’t seem promising at first. Investors at biotech startups, pharma executives, and mid-size companies are the ideal audience for this!