Euroscicon

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Euroscicon (founded 2001) is a UK based independent life science events company with predominantly academic client base. The key strategic objective of Euroscicon is to communicate science research between academia, clinical practice and the pharmaceutical industry.[1] Euroscicon Limited is registered in England and Wales. Most of its events are in London or live streamed.

History

Euroscion was founded in 2001 by Dr Shara Cohen (who is the current CEO) after identifying the need for scientific and clinical sectors within the Life Sciences to network more freely. Since 2001 its focus has broadened from running mostly technically focused events to include clinical and pharmaceutical focused events. In 2014 Eurosicon changed from running one day only events to include three day international events.[2] After this change [researchers] started to use Euroscicon Ltd events to announce research advances.[3]

Research advances announced at Euroscicon events

  • A novel home fertility test for men was announced at EuroSciCon Reproductive Health Summit which took place in London (19 – 21 April 2016).[4]
  • Dutch biotech firm Micreos unveiled a new generation of antibiotics at the EuroSciCon meeting, Antibiotics Alternatives for the New Millenium, in London (5th – 7th Nov 2014).[5]
  • Changing the way we combat bacterial infections: Dutch biotech Micreos launches first bacteria-killing enzyme for human use against MRSA.[1]
  • PhotoBiotics presents Antibody Directed Phototherapy Update at Euroscicon Empowered Antibodies.[6]
  • Dr Elizabeth Pollitzer, Director of Portia, gave a talk at The 2014 Regenerative Medicine Event: Stem Cell Reprogramming.[7]
  • Surgihoney new weapon to fight superbugs.[8]

In March 2016 Euroscicon Ltd started streaming live science conferences for the academic/clinical/pharma mix.

Notable Past Speakers

References

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