As the world’s largest biotechnology event, BIO provides several specialized opportunities geared towards the academic and technology transfer community, plus significant discounts! Technology transfer officers, strategic relations directors, licensing managers, research fellows, faculty, and business development professionals all take part in the BIO International Convention. Attendees from university and research institutions come to BIO for the ample partnering, networking, and education opportunities.
Participants in the Academic Campus benefit from several opportunities: visibility in the BIO Business Forum, access to the BIO One-on-One Partnering™ System and exclusive networking with partnering attendees! This hot-zone offers universities, research institutions, and hospitals partnering opportunities to advance their research and drug development agendas.
Academic Campus is now closed for BIO 2018. For interest in 2019 participation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academics capture the greatest value by participating in One-on-One Partnering™. Partnering at BIO is the most efficient way to do business without traveling all over the world. The Partnering System allows you to communicate directly with the people you want to meet with, and all meetings are pre-scheduled so you arrive to Boston with an agenda. BIO One-on-One Partnering™ allows academics the opportunity to tap the whole world for innovation and collaboration, making partnering at BIO the launchpad for the deals of tomorrow.
View all of the opportunities available for Academics at BIO.
Novel collaborations between industry and academia are driving the commercialization of the next generation of biomedical cures. BIO One-on-One Partnering™, BIO Executive Training Programs, Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Boot Camp, and technology transfer programming at BIO 2018 will play a pivotal role in advancing industry-university relationships.
Testimonial: Learn how University of Chicago uses BIO One-on-One Partnering to advance innovation through collaboration!