The BIO International Convention, the largest global event for the biotechnology industry, was held in Philadelphia from 3 to 6 June.
International experts met in Tokyo from 10 to 15 June to discuss biotech harmonisation projects within the five working groups of the ISO Technical Committee 276 Biotechnology (ISO/TC 276).
BIO Deutschland’s Chairman of the Board, Peter Heinrich, took part in National Association Council and Healthcare Biotechnology Council meetings on 11 June, and in the General Assembly of EuropaBio, the European umbrella association for biotechnology, on 12 June.
The sixth call for projects under the Bioeconomy International funding activity has been launched. Proposals can be submitted at www.bioeconomy-international.de until 26 August 2019.
BIO Deutschland in collaboration with Reutlingen University and the University of St. Gallen is launching an industry survey to the hot topic of artificial intelligence (AI) in pharma R&D.