At Synbiobeta 2021 see how synthetic biology is disrupting consumer products, food, agriculture, medicine, chemicals, materials, and more. The Synbiobeta Global Synthetic Biology Conference 2021 unites the leading biological engineers, investors, innovators, and entrepreneurs who make up this fast-growing industry. 

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Cambridge Consultants James Hallinan, head of business development for bioinnovation will be hosting a panel discussing how to make advanced therapies affordable to all.  

Making advanced therapies affordable to all: What lessons can the medical world learn from cell-ag to drive down the cost of cell therapies?

This is your opportunity to discover ways to reduce the significant costs of cell manufacture. Culture applications such as clean meat and cellular agriculture have done it – so how can we mirror their achievements in exciting cell therapies like CAR-T and stem cell therapeutics?

Date | tbc

Time | tbc

Track | next-gen medicine

Chair | James Hallinan, Head of Business Development for Bioinnovation, Cambridge Consultants 

Panellists:

To be announced soon

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