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The 18th BioDundee International Conference - 'New perspectives, new opportunities: Life Sciences and Healthcare'

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Conference
23 May 2018
at West Park Conference Centre, Dundee DD2 1NN
for anyone interested in the Life Sciences and Healthcare sectors
Forensic

The Conference represents a wide spectrum of life science interests in and around the city, from the ‘red end’ of medical sciences to the ‘green end’ with plant and crop science. This year's accompanying Networking Reception and Gala Dinner will have a murder mystery theme. At this one-off event you will get an insight into Forensic Soil Science and hear the science behind crime writing from Professor Lorna Dawson of the James Hutton Institute and best-selling author behind ITV's Vera, Ann Cleeves.

  • The programme will cover the following five sessions:
  • Innovation in Realistic Healthcare
  • The Wonders of Bacteria
  • The 3 G's - Genes, Genomes and Genotypes
  • Pitch Perfect: Business Innovation Competition
  • Designing the Future

The early bird rate is now on, Click here to register


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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.