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The Festival of Genomics & Biodata
January 11 - January 15
5000+ Global Attendees
An incomparable event for the entire genomics ecosystem to come together and help shape the future of precision medicine.
50+ Sponsors & Exhibitors
A 100% digital event delivering the world’s first truly global genomics experience and vibrant networking formats.
“Woodstock for Genomics” – Hear directly and learn from the rock stars of the industry, plus a commitment to equal gender representation among speakers.
Where the entire genomics and biodata ecosystems come together
The Festival brings healthcare, research, pharma, technology, government, investors, patient groups & others together in a unique, collaborative digital environment.
Covering the entire genomics and biodata life-cycle
The Festival spans everything from sample collection and preparation, through sequencing and genomic data analysis, to the integration of phenotypic and other biodata to make meaningful research and clinical decisions.
The UK’s largest genomics event goes global!
Taking the Festival digital means, for the first time, we can welcome attendees from across the world. The UK’s largest genomics & biodata event is now set to become the world’s largest!
Hear from the Rockstars of Genomics!
This year’s speaker line-up is our best and most diverse ever, featuring incredible case studies and speakers, and a world-beating line-up of keynote speakers. All available on demand after the event.
Registration is free for end users
In line with our social mission, you can participate in the Festival for free if you work in academia, drug discovery/development or healthcare (including NHS workers).
Creating meaningful change for patients
The ultimate focus of the Festival is our social mission: to deliver the benefits of genomics to patients faster. Everything that happens at the Festival is designed to make that happen.
Chief Genomics Officer
Massachusetts General Hospital
Founder and Director
Scripps Research Translational Institute
Chief Genomics Officer
Dame Sue Hill
Chief Scientific Officer
National Human Genome Research Institute
Professor, Department of Genetics
Harvard Medical School
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
Lord Bethell of Romford
Minister of Innovation
Department of Health and Social Care
Sir John Bell
Regius Professor of Medicine
University of Oxford
Chief Scientist, NASA Human Research Programme