FlandersBio organises events that provide opportunities for networking and tapping into the knowledge and expertise of all the life sciences companies. We also keep you informed about other interesting life sciences events. You can also send us your life sciences event.
FlandersBio organiseert seminaries en workshops om het netwerken te bevorderen. Op die manier delen bedrijven gespecialiseerd in biowetenschappen ook hun knowhow en expertise met elkaar. Verder houden we u ook op de hoogte van andere interessante evenementen die gelinkt zijn met de biowetenschappen. Stuur gerust ons gerust jouw evenement door.
Knowledge for Growth is FlandersBio's annual life science convention and Europe's largest regional biotech convention (last year 1050 individual participants attended the convention). All information can be found on the dedicated website www.knowledgeforgrowth.be. read more
Join us at this business breakfast where Mr Alexander De Croo, Deputy Prime Minister of Belgium will give a keynote speech on ‘Biotech Clusters in Belgium: The Importance of Health Policy’ which will be followed by a moderated Q&A session. read more
During FlandersBio's Salary Survey Meeting Hay Group will present the results of the 2012 Biotech/(Bio)Pharma salary survey. It will give you more insight in the total renumeration package. read more
On 22 November 2012, FlandersBio organizes its first edition of Services for Growth in Berchem (Antwerp). Services for Growth is a new networking event that gives service & supply companies, that are member of our organisation, the opportunity to present their life science activities to biotech companies. On the other hand, biotech companies get informed about the best available business service to improve their activities. read more
The life sciences have been revolutionized many times through the introduction of new instrumentation. From the first microscopes used by van Leeuwenhoek, to today’s most advanced instrumentation in the form of machines that decipher the human genome. Traditionally, such instrumentation is based on conventional precision manufacturing techniques. Microsystems technology, driven by a very aggressive semiconductor technology manufacturing roadmap, can now be used for the sensing and manipulation of biomolecules, cells and tissue. Since such microsystems allow for orders of magnitude differences in parallelization and sensing/manipulation speeds that could radically speed up discovery and development in the life sciences and enable experiments that were not possible up to now. The goal of this visionary seminar is to bring together microsystems experts, life science researchers, system integrators, and end users to review the state-of-the-art in microsystems for the life sciences. read more