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Innovation Hubs attending inaugural London Biotechnology Show in May 2024

15th January, 2024
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In May 2024, London will host the highly anticipated inaugural edition of the London Biotechnology Show at Olympia West. Taking place from 08 - 09 May 2024, this event will unite thought leaders and prominent industrialists from the field of biotechnology, with the aim of establishing itself as a pivotal event in the global biotech landscape. By presenting a comprehensive programme that showcases the latest advancements and breakthroughs in biotechnology, the London Biotechnology Show will foster collaboration, inspiration, and drive the industry forward. This event will bring together global researchers, scientists, entrepreneurs, and policy makers, providing opportunities for innovation, knowledge exchange, and networking.


The two-day event will showcase a range of exhibitors, encompassing biotechnology companies, research organisations, start-ups, and service providers. Attendees will be presented with opportunities to interact with industry-leaders, experience the latest technologies, and explore pioneering research projects. Serving as a vibrant hub of ideas, the exhibition aims to create an environment that will encourage collaborations and partnerships, propelling the industry towards new advancements.

Conference Programme

Complementing the exhibition, the London Biotechnology Show will host a conference programme that brings together world-renowned experts. The programme will feature thought-provoking keynote speeches, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, covering a wide range of topics within the field of biotechnology. Attendees will have the chance to delve into areas such as gene editing, pharmaceuticals, regenerative medicine, agriculture, bioinformatics, and much more.


Recognising the vital role of networking and collaboration in advancing the industry, the London Biotechnology Show will also provide dedicated networking sessions. These sessions will provide participants with an opportunity to connect with potential collaborators, investors, and industry peers. The event aims to provide a global platform for meaningful interactions, encouraging the exchange of knowledge and ideas that will shape the future of biotechnology.

The Innovation Hubs are pleased to be a supporting partner of this event and will be sending representatives from all three Hubs. Do engage with our colleagues at the event to find out about the services we offer, and keep an eye out in the conference programme for our Coordinating Committee Chair, Dr Sven Kili. 

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