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Binding SiteInnovative Healthcare 2016: from Molecular to Cellular Therapeutics with Chas Bountra, SGC/Oxford, Sam Butterworth, UBirmingham, Charles Craddock, UBirmingham/UHB and John Rainford, Darwin Innovation Matrix at the Binding Site on Tuesday 11 October 2016.

Limited Free Passes available. Register


Toronto, Canada

Nanotech 2016: SMALP Conference on membrane protein nanoparticles with Tim Dafforn, U Birmingham, Michael Overduin, U Alberta, Jana Broeker, U Toronto, Franck Duong, UBC, Gary Lorigan, Miami U, Sandra Keller, Germany at the University of Toronto on Friday April 29, 2016. Register


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The Great Brexit Debate in the Wolverhamption Business Solutions Centre on Apr 28 (free)

Cafe Scientifique on The Future of Eye Care by Shehzad Naroo at the Pure Bar on May 3 (free)

Managing Innovation by David Bott at Aston University on May 4 (free)

The Future of UK Manufacturing Conference at Warwick University on May 5 (££)

Digital, Media, Sales & Marketing Expo with Google and Q & A Panel of experts at BCU Birmingham on May 6 (free)

Made in the Midlands Manufacturing Exhibition at the at Wolverhampton GTG Training Centre on May 12 (free)

Julian Agyeman Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University at the Impact Hub on Exploing the Sharing Economy on May 12 (free)

GBSLEP Growth Hub Partners Event at Austin Court on May 13 (free)

Athula Sumathipala Inaugural Lecture on From Colombo to Keele: A journey to reduce the global health research divide at Keele University on May 16 (free)

EDIE Live Energy/Sustainability Conference at the NEC, Birmingham from May 17-18 (free)

Clinical Metabolic Phenotyping symposium with Mark Walport at the University of Birmingham on May 23 (free)

Progressive Politics in an Era of Unorthodox Economics by Tristam Hunt, Labour MP for Stoke on Trent Central at Aston University of June 1 (free)

TEDxBrum on the Power of Us at Birmingham Town Hall on June 11 (££)

What has nature ever done for us? at BCU's Curzon Building on June 15 (free)

RSA Engage Birmingham at the Impact Hub on June 22 (free)

Driving UK Growth Through the West Midlands at The Vox Conference Centre on June 28 (££)

Lightweight Interiors for Transport by IMechE in Birmingham on June 28-29 (££)

Reimagining Further Education conference at BCU on June 29 (£50)

Euro Global Summit and Expo on Biomass by the OMICS Group in Birmingham from August 1-3

Advanced Engineering UK at the Birmingham NEC on November 2-3 (free)

Osteoporosis Conference 2016 at the ICC Birmingham from November 7-9

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