Australia's knowledge capital
Melbourne is Australia’s knowledge, research and innovation capital. The city’s reputation as a highly collaborative community reinforces the message that Melbourne is the right place for international conferences.
The Local Organising Committee will draw on Victoria’s strength in the pharmaceutical sector to create a stimulating scientific program addressing current challenges and ground-breaking research.
Melbourne's << Biomedical >> Precinct
<< Melbourne has one of the world’s largest life science clusters and is home to more than 40 per cent of Australia’s biomedical researchers. It boasts a vibrant biotechnology commercial sector, key research and development (R&D) infrastructure and advanced manufacturing expertise. >>
The Melbourne << Biomedical Precinct is located at the edge of the Melbourne city centre and delivers outstanding clinical care, education and world-class research. It is Australia’s most important life science cluster and there are only five of its calibre in the world. Collectively the Precinct partners employ over 28,000 people including 10,000 researchers in 30 exceptional technology, engineering and medical facilities, all within walking distance of each other. >>
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