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Binding SiteInnovative Healthcare 2016: from Molecular to Cellular Therapeutics at the Binding Site in Birminghamon on Tuesday 11 October 2016. Speakers:

Chas Bountra SGC Director, U. of Oxford
Colin Kenyon CSIR, South Africa
Sam Butterworth U. of Manchester
Fedor Berditchevski U. of Birmingham
Charlie Craddock Founder of the ITM at UHB & U. of Birmingham

Darwin Innovation Matrix session led by John Rainford and James Welch
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European Association for Institution Research (EAIR) Forum at BCU on August 31

Well Being Conference at Birmingham City University on September 5-6

Cafe Scientifique: Prof Bruce Evans talks about the global epidemic” of short-sightedness at the Pure Bar on September 6 (free)

International Society on Priorities in Health Conference at the University of Birmingham on Sept 7-9

Clinical Research Network West Midlands Stakeholder Event at Edgbaston Cricket Ground on September 7 (free)

Lunar Society:Birmingham Heritage Week Lunar Guided Trail by Chris Rice starting from St Philip's Cathedral on September 10 (£)

Simulation and Modelling: Integration, Optimization and Validation by IMechE at the Thinktank from Sept 13-14 (££)

Technology Enabled Care Event with TEC and WMAHSN at Birmingham Football Club on September 19 (free)

Vehicle Aerodynamics Conference by IMechE at the Coventry Transport Museum on from Sept 21-22 (££)

Who's developing the West Midlands with Andreas Lindelof Skanska, Chris Darroch Hermes, Waheed Nazir BCC, Simon Hawkins Urban & Civic by the Movers & Shakers at the Burlington Hotel on Sept 23 (££)

Sir Adrian Cadbury Lecture by Sir Vince Cable at Aston University on Sept 29 (free)

The Midlands Expo at the Birmingham Football Club on September 29 (free)

Sustainable Energy International Conference at the NEC on October 3 (free)

UK Healthcare User Group Annual Conference organized by Allocate Software at the ICC on October 13-14 (£££)

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

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

Lunar Society Annual Dinner will feature Lord Willetts and takes place on November 23 (££)

SMALP Nanotechnology 2017 Conference on membrane protein analysis and drug discovery with Michael Overduin, Tim Dafforn, Tim Knowles and Tom Laursen in Berkeley, California, USA on 24 March 2017

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