Partnerships and technology: the future of healthcare
As declared by Kevin Gwillian, Marketing Manager at Johnson Matthey,
“The first ever BioIntegrates has provided a valuable collection of first-hand knowledge, experience and insights into the biotech arena from a high-energy and engaged audience.”
The biotechnology sector is moving toward an R&D model built on the integration of physical, chemical and computer sciences, and a commercial model that is increasingly played out within a framework of innovation across academia and industry. As this vibrant and entrepreneurial sector develops at a rapid pace, the need for collaborations and partnerships has never been more poignant. This was the focus of the inaugural BioIntegrates, which took place in London UK, on 22nd May 2019.
A unique platform for gathering public, private and not-for-profit entities in the biotechnology arena, this was the perfect setting for discussing recent advances and the challenges still faced. Comprising a series of panel discussions featuring experts from diverse backgrounds – the public and private sectors, not-for-profit entities, entrepreneurs and the UK’s industry catapults – attendees were treated to frank and insightful discussions on a range of topics, from encouraging the adoption of innovative technologies, to driving development by engaging with stakeholders, as well as positioning for investment and growth.