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Biowales 2014 offers rich conference and exhibition programme for Life Sciences professionals

29. January 2014

With a diverse conference programme, exhibition, gala dinner and unique partnering opportunities, Biowales 2014 is a must-attend event for those who work in the Life Sciences.  

BioWales 2014 will focus on growth and delivery within the Life Sciences sector and on the opportunities and support available to new investors and established companies in Wales.

Early Bird delegate rate for Biowales is only £250 until 31st January. 

A programme of outstanding speakers will be discussing advances in Regenerative Medicine and Diagnostics, which is currently a hot subject of research in today’s life sciences and provides so many promising options for the future treatment of some major diseases, such as cancer, nervous system diseases, damaged organs and degenerative diseases.


  • To hear from an international line-up of industry experts and life sciences investors;
  • To meet with the leading investors and company representatives that are funding regenerative medicine, stem cells and diagnostics today and discuss investment, partnership or business opportunities with the line-up of cutting-edge companies presenting at the event;
  • To browse the exhibition booths at the on-site exhibition and identify new business opportunities;
  • To enjoy high-value networking and deal making opportunities with international investors, and as an added bonus, you can set up 1-on-1 meetings via our online business partnering system;
  • To network at our drinks reception and dinner, which includes entertainment; and
  • To have fun with colleagues across the sector.


  • BioWales 2013 was the most successful conference yet -some 500 delegates enjoyed a line-up of international speakers in a commercially focused conference that highlighted the links between NHS, industry and academia in delivering tomorrow’s health solutions.
  • BioWales 2013 also saw some significant announcements in Life Sciences in Wales : The Life Sciences Hub Wales, a focal point for the sector, will be located in Cardiff Bay and operational by Spring 2014;
  • £100m Wales Life Sciences Investment Fund is up and running and is being managed by new firm Arthurian Life Sciences, chaired by Prof Sir Chris Evans;
  • A £4m Welsh Wound Innovation Centre in wound prevention and treatment;
  • A memorandum of understanding was agreed between the Welsh Government and Medicon Village, one of Europe’s strongest biotech clusters and a dynamic hub for research, innovation and entrepreneurship within Life Sciences in Lund, Sweden;
  • The establishment of Health Research Wales, a one-stop source of information and support for companies wishing to undertake clinical research in Wales.

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