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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.

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Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technical Conference at Millennium Point on May 25

Silicon Valley Launch Event with Nick Holzerr, CEO of Whisk.com, at iCentrum on May 25 (free)

Future Talks, The Future of Europe with journalist France Robinson,economist Vicky Pryce, and MPs Gisela Stuart, Bill Cash, Pat McFadden and MEP Neena Gill at BCU on May 26

West Midlands Forum For Growth conference by Movers & Shakers, WMCA, UKTI at Resorts World on June 28 (£150-210)

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)

Innovation Fest at BCU on June 3

Automechanika at the NEC Birmingham on June 7-9 (free)

Lunar Society: The EU Referendum - Dinner, Talk and Debate with John Fender, at the Edgbaston Prioiry Club on June 8 (£45)

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)

Manufacturing Forum with Martin Rainer, Hewlett Packard GM, Hamid Mughal, Rolls Royce Director of Manufacturing, Curtis Carson, Airbus, Rami Jokela ABB, Martin Peter, Hilti Flash of Insight in Coombe Abbey Hotel, Binley on June 16

Building a Better Future in St Mary's Guildhall, Coventry on June 21 (££)

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

Venturefest West Midlands at the NEC Birmingham on June 23 (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 (££)

Biomass and Energy Conference with Shakespeare Martineau (London) on June 30

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

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

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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