Science for health will explore inspiring innovations at the interface of biology and technology.
This year, the newest generations of treatment and prevention platforms will be at center stage, as well as the factories of the future that turn ideas into applications.
Revolutionizing healthcare at every turn – technology is leading the way!
At this yearly event, key stakeholders and experts connect around a central theme to promote out-of-the-box thinking and spark new research collaborations. This strengthens our local ecosystem and creates inspired solutions improving patients’ lives.
Science for health strives to present the latest insights from local and international professionals discussing scientific and technological breakthroughs, but also the opportunities and challenges steering Belgium to the top in this field.
Meet academics, industry leaders, and policymakers — Get inspired and join forces!
28 November 2023, SQUARE Brussels.
Top scientists, industry leaders and policy makers. Based on previous editions, we expect on-site 300 participants.
This year’s edition won’t have the possibility to join online. See you in Brussels!
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This year’s edition of Science for health will address key topics around the theme of “Biology meets technology”, such as:
Innovations of strategic importance will be featured, highlighting how technology has played a role in their discovery and development. New generations of therapeutics and vaccines with great promise for clinical development will be staged.
Turning innovative leads into medicines: we will discuss what the factory of the future will look like. How can we effectively implement novel tools such as data analytics, robotics and automation in development of your innovation?
There are certain opportunities and challenges Belgium faces, in its way to become a leading region. Which regulatory challenges can we envision and what does the ideal investment climate look like? How can we optimally build talent?
You will also learn which technology needs require solutions. How can we use diagnostic tools to develop biomarkers accompanying innovative treatments and support precision medicine? How are data and AI/ML used to develop better drugs more efficiently?