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Australia Biotech Invest 2013

28 Oct 2013 - 29 Oct 2013 - VIC, Melbourne, Australia



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Australia Biotech Invest 2013 is Australia’s premier event for biotech investment and capital raising. Launched by AusBiotech and Beacon Events, the conference will bring world-leading biotech innovators and Australia’s life science investment community together in Melbourne to discover and fund the future of biotech. Featuring a mix of expert keynotes and biotech company presentations, the conference merges market intelligence with actual investment opportunities and will act as your guide to successful biotech investment.  Join us in Melbourne to gain valuable industry insights and network with biotech CEOs, international investors, big pharma representatives and leading industry analysts.

For more information and to register, please visit www.ausbiotechinvest.com.




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