Innogen to lead session at Science & Innovation 2013
Innogen will take part in the 10th Annual Science & Innovation Conference on 27 June 2013 in London with a session on The Life Science Innovation Imperative
Innogen is excited to be a part of the 10th Annual Science & Innovation Conference, taking place on 27 June 2013 in London.
This sector leading event provides the opportunity to discuss, explore and consider the key issues shaping the science and innovation agenda, with a focus this year on:
- Driving growth through investment
- Understanding the relationships between business and research
- Investing in skills and talent
- Future research funding
- Life Sciences
- UK Space Sector
- A low carbon future
- High performance computing
Besides participating in the conference exhibition, Innogen will lead a seminar on The Life Science Innovation Imperative. Professors David Castle, Joyce Tait, Iain Gillespie and Joanna Chataway will delve into the current factors affecting our ability to innovate and offer relevant and evidence-based advice to those developing and governing life science innovations.
Topics will include the skills agenda for the bioeconomy, innovation and its relationship to the real economy, intellectual property rights, innovation-industrial policy, private and public sector collaborations and initiatives, and the goals and practicalities of the responsible research and innovation framework.
For more information, visit scienceinnovation-conference.co.uk/seminars/