Bangalore India BIO 2014 - Conference Agenda
Bangalore India BIO 2014 (BIB 2014), which will be inaugurated on February 10, 2014, is expected to see the highest-ever participation from delegates since its inception 14 years ago. BIB 2014 will feature will focus on the core theme of "Biotech for a Better Tomorrow." To see what is in store on each of the days of the mega event, please click here:
Day 1: Conference Agenda
Day 2: Conference Agenda
Day 3: Conference Agenda
The event will witness the presence of Professor Sir John Gurdon, Nobel Laureate for the year 2012 in Physiology or Medicine and Emeritus Professor Dr Marc Van Montagu, the 2013 World food prize Winner, among many other illustrious individuals.
Besides the multi-track conferences, international tradeshow, distinguished lectures and talks, Bangalore India BIO 2014 will also feature B2B meetings, CEO conclave, presentation of the Bio Excellence Awards, finals of the BioQuiz, business delegation meetings and other networking events.
There is strong International participation from nearly 20 countries with large delegations from Scotland, UK, EU, Neurosciences Victoria, Atlanta-Georgia, South Korea and Malaysia. A session on research, innovation and higher education cooperation and opportunities between India and the European Union and a special focus on developing strategic relationships between India and Melbourne in Neuroscience will be held. Emory vaccine center will hold a session on exploring further Indo-US as well as global partnerships for vaccine research and the UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) will hold a session on collaborative opportunities with India, amongst other topics.
The conference will feature 25 conference sessions, an important panel discussion, and also a Fireside Chat has been included that will focus on the increasing role of technology in healthcare. A round table discussion on ‘Harmonization of global regulatory framework with special focus on Asia Pacific', has also been scheduled with regulators invited from the key countries such as Malaysia, UK, Korea, Australia and India.