Senior engineers and procurement managers are attending to evaluate the latest technologies and stay up-to-date with innovation in the field. They are joined by leading academics, clinicians and start-ups leading the transformation in the industry. If you want to discover the newest developments, benchmark your processes and make connections that last – register for free today.
Companies developing ATMPs that carry out manufacture, bioengineering or lab work
Meet new clients and find solution providers for your business at this year's expo featuring over 80 exhibitors with a variety of product categories:
3D Blue Printing • Advanced Therapies •Artificial Membranes • Bioengineering • Bioprocessing • CAR-T •Cell Expansion • Chromatographic Separations • CRISPR • Cytoplasmic Membranes • Gene Therapy • Implantable Robotics • Regenerative Medicine • VectorBuilder
Thursday 16 May
09:00 – 17:30
Friday 17 May
09:00 - 16:30
Registration starts at 08:00
Doors open at 09:00
Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street, Islington
London N1 0QH
Evaluate the latest products and technologies in the industry. This is more than just a trade show: at The World Advanced Therapies & Regenerative Medicine Expo you can meet new suppliers and build long-lasting relationships.
Learn more about cell, gene and immuno-therapy and how it improves your patient outcomes. Find out how others are using stem cells, cell and gene therapy, and immunotherapy in their practice.
Discover latest technological developments in the industry, staying up to date with innovation in the field. See the latest research projects from leading academics and the most exciting innovations happening right now.
The World Advanced Therapies and Regenerative Medicine Congress and Exhibition is an international conference and exhibition featuring the latest in advanced therapies, bioengineering and surrounding technology. To attend the conference which features global leaders in the biopharma and regenerative medicine industries, there is a registration fee. The exhibition is free to visit.