LYON, France, December 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Registration for the 7th Edition of BioVision is now open on http://www.biovision.org
BioVision, the World Life Sciences Forum, will take place at the Lyon Convention Centre from March 27 to 29, 2011. During 3 days, BioVision will be the place for discussions and debates on the major life science issues with over 180 internationally renowned speakers including scientists, businesspeople and representatives of civil society and non-governmental organisations.
2,500 participants are expected to listen and express their opinions on the major scientific, economic and social issues of life sciences. Participants will be able to meet each other: a new networking software will be provided to every registrant in order to schedule meetings with other participants.
The BioVision 2011 programme is centred on three tracks: "Decision-makers' Perspectives", "Scientific Advances" and "Business in Science".
"BioVision off" will run in parallel: about fifteen related events organised by the Forum's partners.
The registration deadline for the Forum is March 17th, 2011.
Early fees will be available until January 1st 2011.
For further information on the programme, speakers or press accreditation, visit http://www.biovision.org
For over 10 years, BioVision has been stimulating innovative, high-level debate with all the key stakeholders (industry, the political sphere, patient associations, etc.) on the societal implications of scientific progress.
Over three days, the leading decision-makers and experts in life sciences will review major scientific advances in healthcare, nutrition and the environment. They will catalyze discussion between stakeholders (who rarely have the opportunity to talk to each other) on the impact of these scientific and industrial innovations on society. BioVision was created in 1999 on the initiative of the late Raymond Barre (a former French Prime Minister and Vice Chairman of the European Commission) and Francois Gros (Permanent Secretary of the French Academy of Sciences). BioVision receives support from major international organisations, the European Commission, local councils (Lyon City Council, The Lyon Metropolitan Area Council, the Rhone County Council and the Rhone-Alpes Regional Council) and associations, NGOs and companies dealing with life sciences issues.
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