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17th Annual Anglonordic Life Science Conference

May 25, 2021 - May 26, 2021

£450
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17th Annual Anglonordic Life Science Conference

Anglonordic is the only life science conference in the UK that is exclusively for European investors and R&D companies from the Nordics and the UK to connect with each other. With an established format of panel discussions, parallel technology and biotech investment rooms, plus 1:1 meetings, this one and a half day London conference provides exceptional value. Networking begins on the evening before the conference at an exclusive reception at The Danish Ambassador’s Residence in London. Investors with funds attend the conference free-of-charge.

The Anglonordic Life Science Conference has a “by-invitation-only” policy. The organisers welcome a limited number of service suppliers as sponsors or exhibitors.

Why attend Anglonordic Life Sciences  Conference?

MEET decision makers at leading and upcoming drug discovery and technology companies from the UK and Nordic regions, along with investment firms from throughout Europe

LEARN from major investment firms about the current status of European investment in life science technologies

GAIN insights from experienced life science operators within the Anglo-Nordic space

For more info and tickets https://www.anglonordiclifescience.com/

Details

Start:
May 25, 2021
End:
May 26, 2021
Cost:
£450
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Website:
http://www.anglonordiclifescience.com/

Organiser

BioPartner UK
Email:
anglonordic@biopartner.co.uk
Website:
http://www.biopartner.co.uk/

Venue

County Hall
Belvedere Road
London, SE1 7PB United Kingdom
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Website:
http://www.anglonordiclifescience.com/
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