Delivering Impact

IBioIC's 3rd Annual Conference: Thursday 26-Friday 27 January 2017

Now in its third year, IBioIC's annual conference returns for 2017 and is fast becoming the main 'go to' event for the biotech industry in Scotland. Attracting over 400 biobased professionals, academics and students from across the UK and Europe in 2016, this two day event aims to explore the potential for the industrial biotechnology's current and future activities in Scotland and further afield, whilst providing delegates with networking opportunities to drive new collaborations.

For 2017, we have great ambitions to reach our global network and invite you all to join us in Scotland for an event you will not want to miss.

Key highlights of the conference will include:

  • Plenary sessions around biorefining, policy, challenges and barriers to IB
  • Themed parallel tracks focussed around Impact, Technical and Innovation
  • Bustling exhibition area featuring companies from across the UK & further afield
  • Civic Reception hosted by the Lord Provost welcoming delegates to the City of Glasgow
  • Networking conference dinner with awards ceremony and guest speakers

Further details around the programme will be released in the coming weeks.

Online registration closed

Registration closed

Guests who wish to attend can still register and make payment at the registration desk on the day.

2 Day Conference Attendance: £50 per person
2 Day Conference Attendance (students): £25 per person
Conference Dinner: £50 per person (SOLD OUT)

*** NEW FOR 2017 *** Conference partnering

The Conference Programme

Our conference begins on Thursday with registration from 10am through to 17.30 and the evening will consist of Civic Reception and conference dinner. Day two resumes at 9am finishing at lunchtime on Friday.
Our programme will launch in mid October 2016.

Exhibition and Sponsorship

Increase your company's exposure and meet new  contacts by exhibiting and or sponsoring our event. With a wide range of options available to suit your needs and budget.

The Venue

Based right in the city centre of Glasgow, the conference takes place at the Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC) based at The University of Strathclyde.

Visiting Glasgow

Glasgow is classed as ‘friendliest city in the world’ in a recent Rough Guides poll and is regarded as a must visit destination by leading publications like the New York Times, The Guardian and Wanderlust.

2017 Sponsors

2017 Exhibitors

2017 Media Partners

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