Bionow Life Sciences Online Careers Fair

Bionow Life Sciences Online Careers Fair

Online
17th & 18th March 2021

About

Which career path will you choose?

Back by popular demand the Bionow Onine Careers Fair returns in Spring 2021 and is designed to help inform university under-graduates, graduates and post-graduates about the vast array of career paths available in Life Sciences.
With opportunities across the Biomedical and Pharmaceutical sectors and beyond, with companies large and small, spin outs and start ups, which path will you take?

This event is free to attend for all students of universities that are Bionow members and sponsors as we bring companies from different sections of the Bionow community together to highlight the opportunities and careers paths available in the sector.

Presentations and Panel Discussions from a range of specialisms including:

Drug Discovery, Drug Development, Pharma Manufacturing, Fully Integrated Development, Diagnostics, Medical Technologies, Analytical Services, Data Analytics, Technical Services and Support, Professional Services, PIPs, KTPs and Entrepreneurial

Companies Presenting

TBC

Students

If you would like to register for the Careers Fair and you attend one of the Bionow member Universities listed below, please register on the Student Delegate Pass or contact David Holmes at david.holmes@bionow.co.uk.

 

Agenda

  • Welcome to Day One

    Bionow

  • Future of Work

    SRG

  • Drug Discovery & Development

  • LUNCH BREAK

  • Drug Development & Manufacturing (Session 1)

  • Drug Development & Manufacturing (Session 2)

  • Big Pharma

  • CLOSE

    * companies and times subject to change

  • Welcome to Day Two

  • Diagnostics

  • Medical Technologies

  • LUNCH BREAK

  • Analytical Sciences and Technical Services

  • Instrumentation Development

  • Professional Services

  • CLOSE

    * Companies and times subject to change

Registration

Student Delegate Pass

Premium Member Delegate Pass

Member Delegate Pass

Bionow Member Universities Attending