Help shape AusBiotech 2021 programme

AusBiotech is calling for session proposals and speakers for Australia’s largest life sciences event of the year: AusBiotech 2021, to be held 25 – 29 October. Running for more than 35 years, Australia’s premier conference is developed by industry, for industry, and celebrates and champions our sector.

Cutting-edge ideas and compelling stories or presentations on new, innovative or break-through research, projects or approaches to industry development, and inspirational session topics are sought for showcasing to a global biotech industry.

AusBiotech 2021 will enable you to engage, your way, with current and future biotech leaders to pitch, partner, and exchange – no matter where you are. The thriving Australian and global biotechnology community will connect through a week of live and on-demand virtual sessions, and in-person functions.

AusBiotech is seeking speakers who are forward-thinking, diverse, engaging and who drive meaningful discussion about the business of biotech. Thought-provoking session ideas should explore current trends, critical and emerging topics, breakthroughs, and stories from a range of areas that encourage creative conversations both locally and abroad.

The annual AusBiotech conference brings together more than 1,000 leading innovative thinkers and inventors across the Australian and international biotech sector. For more than three decades, the event has formed a very special part of AusBiotech’s broader work positioning Australia’s biotechnology industry for growth. As a leaders’ forum, it is also a key opportunity to connect with potential partners and investors, to reflect on the sector’s achievements and to exchange ideas to further advance the sector’s standing both nationally and globally.

AusBiotech is committed to diversity and inclusion, and submissions for panels must be gender diverse.

Applications close at 5.00 pm (AEST), 23 June 2021. Submit your proposal now.

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