Atlantic BIOCON, the industry gathering for life sciences, will be held at the Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary’s University this May 28 to 30, with presenters from the startup community including Aruna Revolution and Dispersa, among others.

The event is being hosted by the Greenspring Bioinnovation Hub, with backing from Ignite Atlantic, Innov, which is the applied research arm of the Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick, ResearchNB and the Verschuren Centre industrial fermentation hub. Originally organized by ResearchNB, Greenspring took over the conference in 2021.

Prominent innovation economy figures like Malcolm Fraser, Managing Partner of Natural Products Canada-backed Nadarra Ventures, Beth Mason, CEO of the Cape Breton-based Verschuren Centre, and Paul Richards, who heads up Invest Nova Scotia's agtech and biotech operations will also feature on the programme.

“You will have the opportunity to extensively network with regional, national and international bioeconomy leaders, including through facilitated B2B meetings, tour local bioeconomy facilities, hear insights and valuable lessons from an engaging program of speakers, and more,” say organizers.

You can learn more here.