Location: Medical Technologies Innovation Facility (MTIF)
Clifton Campus, NTU, Clifton Lane
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG11 8NS + Google Map
If you were able to print genetic code, what opportunities would be open to you? How could you use this technology to further develop your innovation and improve future health outcomes?
These are the questions you are invited to consider at this event, organised by Medlink Midlands in partnership with the Medical Technologies Innovation Facility (MTIF). Join us on-site at MTIF , located on Nottingham Trent University’s Clifton Campus, where the team will introduce you to their latest piece of kit, the BioXp 3250. This state-of-the-art machine, in the words of its developers, “supports applications ranging from building, cloning, and amplifying gene fragments to constructing DNA“.
This free-to-attend morning event aims to bring together innovators, researchers and facilitators to explore the potential applications of this equipment. An invaluable asset for the life sciences community in our region and beyond, the BioXp 3250 is available now for collaborators looking to push the boundaries of the possible – let’s open those conversations!
The event will begin with a tour of the facility including a showcase of the BioXp 3250. This will be followed by a couple of short presentations providing an overview of its capabilities and highlighting some of its current applications. Then it’s over to you, as we open a discussion of the opportunities the device opens up, aiming to spark collaborative connections that develop beyond the session.
Secure your place today for an event that will not only consider the potential of the BioXp 3250, but will also further strengthen the collaborative networks within the region.
To register to attend please click here
Hear from 200+ experts including:
- Ben Goldacre, Director, EBM DataLab, University of Oxford
- Nadine Hachach-Haram, Consultant Plastic Surgeon and Head of Clinical Innovation, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ FT
- Matthew Gould, CEO, NHSX
- Beverley Bryant, CDIO, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ FT
- Sonia Patel, CIO, NHSX
- Navina Evans, CEO, Health Education England
- Lisa Hollins, Director of Innovation, NHSX
- Sam Shah, Chair, HETT Steering Committee
- Nicola Byrne, National Data Guardian, Office of the National Data Guardian
- Victor Adebowale, Chair, NHS Confederation
- Masood Ahmed, CMO and CCIO, NHS Black Country & West Birmingham CCG
- Radhika Rangaraju, Programme Director – Digital Pharmacy, Optometry, Dentistry, Ambulance and Community Services, NHSX
- Dom Cushnan, Head of AI Imaging, NHS AI Lab, NHSX
- Dermot Ryan, Director of Frontline Digitisation, NHSX
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HETT have many interactive features, workshops and networking opportunities designed to deepen your knowledge and build relationships with existing and new peers.
HETT hope you will join them in 2-weeks at the sector’s first get together since March 2020.
Register To Attend For Free Here.