SciTech Europe Advancing Research, Innovation and Collaboration 24 November 2011, The Square, Brussels Meeting Centre
Early Bird rates are available until the 29th June 2011, so make sure that you don't miss out on one of the leading international science summits and register today.
At our 3rd annual SciTech Europe conference we will explore how to develop an integrated approach to research and create the right conditions for innovation, invention & industry to flourish. Delegates will gain a strong understanding of European science policy, and have the opportunity to engage with stakeholders, funding agencies & leading academics.
This prestigious international conference will bring the European science community together where speakers will discuss:
• Collaborate European research • How to achieve better value for money and successful outcomes • The development of innovative health solutions and achieving excellence in life sciences • Frontier research and the latest technologies • How best to take innovative ideas and pioneering solutions into the commercial market • Addressing the unprecedented global challenges such as climate change, healthcare, energy and food security.
This will provide the platform for the opportunity to forge new networks, promote frontier research and debate the key initiatives that can benefit science and society.
Dr. Anneli Pauli, Directorate-General Research, European Commission "Making Europe a World-Class Science Performer" Professor Enric Banda, President of Euroscience "Developing the Vision on a Globally Competitive European Research Area" Dr. Ayoade MJ. Oduola, Coordinator, Stewardship for Infectious Diseases of poverty (STE), World Health Organisation "Creating the Conditions for Innovation to Flourish and Reach the Market" Dr. Katrien Maes, Chief Policy Officer, League of European Research Universities Professor Anthony J Ryan OBE, Board member, STFC Science Council; Pro-Vice Chancellor, Faculty of Science, Sheffield University Joanna Chataway, Director, Innovation and Technology, RAND Europe Iztok Lesjak, President of the International Association of Science Parks, European Division Dr. John Smith, Deputy Secretary General of the European University Association (EUA) "Capitalising On Research and Innovation"
Further details of the programme can be found online
Places are limited to 250 and are awarded on a first come, first served basis
If you are unable to attend, please feel free to forward details of this event to a colleague.
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