Dr Anna Lavelle, CEO, AusBiotech
AusBiotech 2014 sends thanks to all who made the event a success
Thank you to each and every delegate, presenter, sponsor and exhibitor of AusBiotech 2014 for contributing to another successful meeting of the Australian life sciences community. This year’s successful event on the Gold Coast was the first time the conference had been held in a regional city and attracted international delegates from 21 countries, the largest delegations from China, NZ, the USA, the UK and Singapore.
The conference featured an outstanding line-up of Australian and international speakers from the biotechnology, biopharmaceutical, life science, business, investment, research and health industries, who explored the conference’s theme, Life Sciences = Future. Jobs. Exports. The Agriculture and Food Biotechnology Symposium discussed how Australian food and agricultural companies can capitalise on biotechnology innovations. Where agreed by presenters, PowerPoint presentations are available to delegates via AusPartnering, the delegate mobile device.
Our professional photographer took photos throughout the event, including the Conference Dinner. View the photo gallery from AusBiotech 2014 here.
AusBiotech thanks the Queensland Government for their outstanding support as co-host for the 2013 and 2014 AusBiotech national conferences.
The 2015 confernce will be held in Melbourne and in addition to a stimulating conference program, AusBiotech’s Business Matching Program will again facilitate meeting requests between participants from the biotechnology, biopharmaceutical, life sciences, business, investment, research and health industries. I urge you to come along and take advantage of the very real value offered by the AusBiotech national conference. Save the dates 7-9 October 2015 at the Melbourne Convention Centre, Victoria in your diary now.