Innogen Annual Conference 2005: Evolution of the Life Science Industries
February 23 – February 25 2005
Venue: EICC, Edinburgh
The conference brought together speakers with international reputations, including industry executives, scientists, policy makers and academics to give their views on the life science industries are evolving in the face of the turbulant conditions of current and recent times. We discussed how these important trends are evolving, how they will interact with one another, how they will impact on the future shape of the life science industry sectors, the range of products and processes that emerge from these innovation systems, and the range of human needs they will serve. An equally important aim of the conference was to promote constructive dialogue among participants from all areas represented, helping to shape future pathways of innovation in the life sciences.
Welcome.pdf (118 Kb)
Innogen's 2005 international conference, held at EICC, brought together speakers with international reputations, including industry executives, scientists, policy makers and academics to give their views on how the life science industries are evolving
The conference comprised 4 half day sessions conducted over 3 consecutive days.
Each half-day session included at least one plenary address by an internationally known speaker from science, industry, government, policy or academic communities followed by parallel sessions.
The parallel sessions were arranged into four streams.
- Stream 1: Industry perspectives
- Stream 2: Science and new medical technologies
- Stream 3: Policies and regulation
- Stream 4: Interactions and integration
Programme Overview (197 Kb)