IBioIC 3rd Annual Conference
Thursday 26-Friday 27 January 2017
Now in its third year, the IBioIC annual conference returns for 2017 and is fast becoming the main ‘go to’ event for the biotech industry in Scotland. Attracting over 400 biobased professionals, academics and students from across the UK and Europe in 2016, this two day event aims to explore the potential for the industrial biotechnology’s current and future activities in Scotland and further afield, whilst providing delegates with networking opportunities to drive new collaborations.
Right in the city centre of Glasgow, the conference takes place at the Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC) based at The University of Strathclyde.
For 2017, there are great ambitions to reach the global network and invite all to join the conference in Scotland for an event that should not be missed.
5 Reasons to visit:
- Plenary sessions around biorefining, policy, challenges and barriers to IB
- Themed parallel tracks focussed around Impact, Technical and Innovation
- Bustling exhibition area featuring companies from across the UK & further afield
- Civic Reception hosted by the Lord Provost welcoming delegates to the City of Glasgow
- Networking conference dinner with awards ceremony and guest speakers
About ‘Delivering Impact’
The IBioIC third annual conference brings together over three hundred biobased professionals, academics and students from across the UK, Europe and further afield for a two day conference demonstrating the very best of Scotland’s capabilities in the Industrial Biotech sector.
A busy and varied programme now available to view online spanning six interactive and informative sessions focussing on: thought leadership, synthetic biology; new developments in Industrial Biotechnology, the Circular Economy and looking at the future of IB, and the plans for biorefineries in the UK.
Register for the event here
Broadley-James Ltd is pleased to support the IBioIC 3rd annual conference and will be exhibiting their latest range of sensors and automation equipment for both upstream and downstream bioprocessing.