Life sciences is one of the key growth sectors in the Scottish economy, employing almost 40,000 people and delivering £2 billion in annual economic value – but how do we release its full potential and take it to the next level?
To build on the success of the inaugural meeting in 2016, The intention is to hold the AGM and have a dinner on Tuesday 14th, with the main conference programme running all day on Wednesday 15th.
The SSIA is a forum for all industry voices, and people with any interest in this emerging sector are welcome to register and participate – save the date
An inaugural Professorial Lecture with Professor Sheila Heymans. Ecosystem models can be quite esoteric and dense to understand. In this talk Prof Heymans will show the usefulness of ecosystem models, without getting into the mathematics of it all.
The second Argyll Enterprise Week (AEW) will bring business support events to towns across Argyll in November. Funding, exporting, and working digitally are some of the themes that will feature in AEW 2017, designed to connect, support and inform businesses.
The Scottish Associate for Marine Science (SAMS) were pleased to host the Advances in Marine Biogeochemistry (AMBIO) VIII conference in Oban, Scotland, UK. The special interest group for Challenger Society was the first time the meeting was held in Scotland.
The fifth International Society for Atmospheric Research using Remotely piloted Aircraft, (ISARRA) conference will be co-hosted by the Scottish Association for Marine Science, near the Scottish sea port of Oban in the county of Argyll and Bute, and the MEt Office Research Facility in Cardington, England.
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