UK Bioscience Forum

Event Details

  • Location: Royal College of Surgeons, London
  • Date: Thursday 20th October 2016

The future of UK Bioscience – where innovation and collaboration unite

This year’s UK Bioscience Forum takes place on Thursday 20 October at the Royal College of Surgeons in central London.

The Forum will showcase innovation and collaboration as the two key ingredients required to push the life sciences agenda forward.  Join the debate, learn from expert speakers and case studies, partner and network with the leading bioscience companies and attend the Autumn Reception for unrivalled networking.

Topics this year include:

  • Keynote presentation from Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England
  • Presentation from Lord Jim O’Neill of Gatley
  • BBSRC Innovator of the Year Professor Tom Brown, University of Oxford
  • Stimulating a vibrant Anti-Microbial sector in the UK
  • Type 1 Diabetes: The UK Bioscience ecosystem in action
  • Patent Box – is it worth it?
  • Access to Orphan Medicines
  • How will UK bioscience be affected by the changing international IP landscape?
  • Lighting up Biopharmaceutical Discovery
  • Innovation showcase – an opportunity for BIA members to pitch their business and share new technologies and products
  • Microbiome and health – Why the gut is new frontier in drug discovery
  • Future trends in Biotech funding – What the landscape will look like post EU referendum

To claim your discounted ticket as a PLG member, saving £40, please contact

All tickets include entry to the evening networking reception.

Venue & Accommodation

Full Venue Address

The Royal College of Surgeons
35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields