The global bio-economy is growing steadily as it develops new business models and technologies. However, it faces challenges in investment, government policy and research commercialisation that could make or break the future industry. Young bioleaders are isolated in regional clusters and often solely focus on self-career development, lacking the connection to global challenges and innovative thinking about their contribution.

Global Biotech Revolution’s (GBR) vision is to create a network of future and current bio-leaders who grow and support each other’s ideas and knowledge, and think innovatively on growing the global bio-economy through collaborative ventures.

 

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Cambridge Rare Disease Summit 2017

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GapSummit 2017 – Recap of Days 3 and 4

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UMB President Perman to Leaders of Tomorrow: “We Can’t Wait To See What You’ll Do”

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