ScanBalt Forum, Norway

October 5, 2005

Brussels, 04 Oct 2005

The fourth ScanBalt Forum will take place in Oslo, Norway, from 3 to 4 November.

This event will focus on providing opportunities for collaboration, the initiation of new projects and a dialogue with policy makers and key figures in the ScanBalt BioRegion. There will be an extensive range of sessions - presented by some of the BioRegion's best scientific and business leaders. Topics will include stem cell research, marine biotechnology, venture finance and agro-biotechnology.

The ScanBalt BioRegion encompasses 11 countries and 85 million people, including more than 60 universities and more than 870 biotech/life science companies. ScanBalt encompasses a number of networks between universities, biotech/life science industry, hospitals and other important actors in the biotech/life science arena.

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