Bionow is an award winning specialist business development and services company at the heart of the biomedical and life sciences sector in the North of England.

Bionow is a not for profit membership organisation supporting the biomedical, pharma and life sciences sectors across the North of England. Bionow does this by bringing people together at our exciting conferences and events across the North, being an advocate for the North, and providing comprehensive procurement member benefits that strengthen the competitiveness of the North’s innovative life science sector.

Our mission is to provide the tools and support for your organisation to become amongst the most competitive in the industry through our range of specialist products and services.

What our members have to say

we are reliable & trusted
The membership services have provided significant cost efficiency to our business ranging from services such as insurance through to regular consumables. It is critical to have an organisation which both represents and promotes the North of England’s biomedical sector; Bionow has certainly filled this space very effectively.

Ruhksana Quyoum, Director
AF ChemPharm

Testament to the Bionow Team who have been instrumental in connecting us with potential academic collaborators through their impressive university network. Their support has really made a difference to us finding potential partners to work with

Linda Randall, AVP, Biologics Development, Manufacturing and Control, Biologics R&D

We have found recruitment via the Bionow jobs page as part of our Membership to be a very cost-effective way of targeting and recruiting relevant talent and skills.

Lucy French, Operations Manager

What I initially saw as an opportunity to tout for business and a free meal has turned into what is possibly the most important day of my career. I came away from the day [BioCap] with five investment leads as well as seven customer leads to follow up on.

Paul Marshall, CEO
Rapid Fluidics

I really feel it was one of the best conferences [BioInfect] I have been to this year. Really appreciate your efforts.

Sam Whitehouse, CEO

The Bionow Careers Fair gave us the opportunity to showcase a range of unique role options for consideration by an audience at a key stage of their educational journey.

John Horn, Managing Director


See Our Upcoming Events

2024 Yorkshire Bio -Partnering

Tuesday 16th April 2024 at Cedar Court Hotel, Bradford

Join businesses and scientists in this one-of-a-kind in-person meeting showcasing the benefits of industry-academic collaboration and sharing of funding strategies from experts in the Yorkshire region. 

Explore the latest strategies in bioavailability enhancement, clinical trial planning & manufacturing for clinical success.

Biotech & Beers at Alderley Park

Wednesday 24th April at Cafe 30

Biotech and Beers after Bruntwoods Suppliers Fair!

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