Building a multibillion-dollar synthetic biology industry
SynbiTECH 2019: Evolve, Enable, Expand: Engineering the future with Synthetic Biology
Reasons to attend
SynbiTECH is an international forum taking place this June in London for experts engaged in synthetic biology research, commercialisation, investment and policymaking. SynbiTECH 2019 will focus on the key opportunities and challenges for building a multibillion-dollar synthetic biology industry that will contribute to the fast-growing bio-economy.
Don't miss the insightful 'Synbio unplugged' sessions, panel discussions and keynote presentations. With our fast-growing global population, our rapid use of the world's finite resources and the damaging impacts of climate change on the environment, there is an URGENT need to radically re-think how to sustain future human activity. Bring your expertise and contribute to the debate.
Join world-leading experts to discover the many opportunities created by the synergy between biology, engineering and technology. Help to unleash the power of synthetic biology and discover how your business can succeed in the future bio-economy.
An opportunity to showcase knowledge and innovation across synthetic biology. Demonstrate to our expert audience how your business is delivering a difference, the value of your technology and discover potential partners and customers.
A diverse panel of speakers has been carefully selected with the core theme of this year's conference in mind. Synthetic biology has grown dramatically in the last five years but we've seen only a fraction of its potential to make a positive contribution to the challenges the world faces and to grow some exciting new businesses. SynbiTECH is going to bring together the outcome of decades of research and discovery and the cross-disciplinary sharing of ideas from brilliant minds in science, engineering and technology. Speakers from across the world will share their opinion, insights and expertise at this not to be missed event as we accelerate toward realising synthetic biology's true potential.
Two days of carefully curated topics, delivered in a simple format, to ensure delegates are able to attend sessions most relevant to them. Networking is all-inclusive and we invite all attendees to enjoy the champagne evenings at the end of both days.
The prestigious Queen Elizabeth II (QEII) Centre is in the heart of Westminster, central London. Opened in 1986 by HM The Queen, the Centre is the ideal location to welcome business leaders, investors, policy makers and academics from around the world.