Paweł Myszczynski and Katarzyna Piwowarczyk at BIC booth during Life Science Open Space 2019
Paweł Myszczynski and Katarzyna Piwowarczyk at BIC booth during Life Science Open Space 2019

BIC project at Life Science Open Space 2019


Life Science Open Space is an international event focused on technology development and innovations having real impact for Health and Quality of Life and BIC was part of it!

This year, the event took place on 26th November in Cracow. The BIC project was presented there, being part of the session “Drug development research”. General information on the project was provided to the audience as well as the current results and the invitation to collaboration during pilot testing phase. It was also possible to discuss the project and cooperation opportunities in details with consortium representatives in networking zone where the BIC project was presented with a booth. Inspiring talks and lot of interest experienced during the event proved that BIC project is meeting the real needs of the biomarker environment.

Life Science Open Space (LSOS) is an unique initiative in Poland. LSOS creates a common platform for ideas and opportunities, cooperation, competitiveness, innovation and entrepreneurship. The event program provides participants with optimal options for interaction between the science, startups, business, industry, investors, health and administration sectors. Themed paths included in the program were as follow: Digital Health & AI; printing 3D; MedTech / Medical Robotics; Active and healthy life; Environment and bioeconomy; Healthy food and nutrition; Drug development research; Innovative Medical Center; Beauty and lifestyle and Modern diagnostics. The event, year by year, is attracting more and more people from scientific and business environment, and thereby it is a perfect place and great opportunity to present the “Biomarker Commercialization” project.



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