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SMALP Nanotechnology 2017 Conference on membrane protein analysis and drug discovery tools developed in Birmingham. Co-organised by Michael Overduin, Tim Dafforn, Tim Knowles and Tom Laursen in Berkeley, California, USA on 24 March 2017 ($69)

Regional events

StartUp 2017 by Enterprise Nation at Birmingham City University on January 14 (£10 – £46)

Global Game Jam at Millennium Point on January 20-22 (free)

WIN Annual Conference with Noel Gordon, Chairman of NHS Digital, Theo Arvanitis University of Warwick and Jenny Wood, Director of Adult Social Care at Solihull MBC at the University of Warwick on January 24 (free)

Clean Air Zones discussion with Robert Evans, Cenex, Anne Shaw, Birmingham City Council and Emissions Analytics and networking drinks reception at iCentrum on January 31 (free)

Movers and Shakers with Sarah Middleton; Rob Groves, Argent; Paul Thandi, NEC Group; Colin Clinton, Arup; Mark Rogers, BCC at the MacDonald Burlington Hotel on February 2 (£49-59)

Lunar Society Inspiring Minds: Breakfast event with David Hardman Innovation Birmingham, at BCU on February 7

Lunar Society Priory Dinner Talk on climate change with Kate Cooper on February 15

Meridian LIVE event on health innovation exchange organized by the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network at Edgbaston Stadium on February 15 (free)

John Holder from Profit-Growth Unlimited on helping small business owners grow their bottom line at Aston University on February 22 (free)

Post-Brexit Britain in A World of Preferential Trade Agreements at the University of Birmingham, School of Law on February 24 (free)

Nucleus Expo West Midlands at The Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry on March 1 (free)

Health Law and the UK: Where Now After Brexit? at the University of Birmingham on March 4

Lunar Society: Inspiring Minds with Paul Kehoe CEO Birmingham Airport, on March 7

Midlands Engine Trade Summit by Department for International Trade in the West Midlands at the Vox Conference Centre in Marston Green on March 9 (free)

FreeFit for the Future health conference with Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, Chair of Birmingham and Solihull STP board, Ania Charltesworth, Director of Research and Economics, The Health Foundation and Alberto De Rosa, CEO, Ribera Salud at the Priory on March 9 (£146)

International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conference at the NEC on March 14 (£95-250)

Lunar Society Inspiring Minds with Colin Diamond on April 4

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