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Synthetic Biology Technology

Wanted! Synthetic biology innovators.

SynBio Markets 2020 (November 2nd– 4th, Amsterdam) the dedicated, market facing global event for the synbio sector has now been officially launched. Across three days it will link science and technology to business and is committed to turning synbio potential into commercial reality. And we are looking to hear from synthetic biology innovators and companies to share their stories.

Introducing SynBio Markets.

Building on the successful launch event in 2019 in Berlin, SynBio Markets will once again be connecting synbio investors, academics and innovators to commercial end market customers across a variety of verticals.

Investment and commercial models are essential to success, so we will be offering a clear focus on the applications, technologies and tools that are most in demand as well as practical advice and insights from those with the resources to support them.

Befitting an industry rooted in innovation, we will deliver sessions from industry leaders detailing what their science and technology has delivered and how they’ve developed it. They will offer a ‘real world’ perspective on their projects and products, with a unique insight into the challenges they’ve overcome and the future opportunities they are focussed on.

Download the SynBio Markets 2020 prospectus here. 

What we are looking for.

Do you know a particular individual who you think the SynBio Markets audience would benefit in hearing from? Perhaps someone who can provide a thought-provoking overview, or alternatively a technical mind with unique expertise, or maybe an innovator whose ideas are always one step ahead of rest? If there is someone you would like to see on the stage at the event in November, we would love to hear from you.

SynBio Markets covers the entire synthetic biology value chain so we welcome all suggestions from lab to market, but would also like hear your ideas for speakers from outside the industry, who can offer a different perspective.

We see diversity as a hugely beneficial, and so encourage you to recommend speakers from all backgrounds, ethnicities, faiths, genders, ages etc.

Please contact us today to let us know your suggestion, including a brief summary of why you propose that specific person.

Want to get involved? Email with ‘SBM Speaker’ in the email title and we can discuss further.

If you are interested in synthetic biology innovators news stories… 

News: Cell-free synthetic biology pioneers EnginZyme secure €6.4 Million Series A finance.

Read: 5 Minutes With…Michael Krel from Sofinnova Partners

Read: Researchers hope cell-free synthetic biology will help to aid the acceleration of Covid-19 therapeutics

Expert View: Challenges in communicating synthetic biology

Attend: World Bio Markets 2020 

Download and read: Issue #17 of the Bio Market Insights Quarterly. 

Read: 5 Minutes With…David Lips from Spiber.


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