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  • 2016 08 25

    Israeli life sciences industry: inspiring example for the Baltic countries

    Israel and Lithuania are both small countries newly independent and created within the last generation. They share many strategic similarities, such as a highly educated population and promising life science and technology industries.

  • 2016 08 18

    Life Sciences Trend Setters Will Meet in Lithuania

    Cannabinoids, age related diseases, CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing technique, which was named as one of 5 technologies that will disrupt healthcare by 2020 and other trending topics will be discussed at “Life Sciences Baltics 2016” international forum in Vilnius, Lithuania on September 14-15.

  • 2016 08 17

    Prof. Teo Dagi: research in science should be directed towards two purposes - the advancement of knowledge and the benefit of humanity

    Cooperation and collaboration between scientists and business developers is absolutely crucial for the benefit of both. It is also important to understand that commercialization can open research opportunities and lead to collaborative solutions that a single laboratory or a single scientist may not be able to initiate or negotiated on his or her own.

  • 2016 08 15

    Announcing the Conference Program: Create your own agenda!

    Be in line with the trends of the life sciences industry! Life Sciences Baltics 2016 conference program is online and you are welcome to choose discussions, sessions and speakers of your own interest. Topics ranging from regenerative medicine, biopharmaceuticals to science commercialization or keynote from Nobel Prize winner prof. Dan Shechtman and other trend setters of life sciences industry.

  • 2016 08 09

    Announcing Entrepreneurship Masterclasses agenda for startups

    Having groundbreaking discoveries and ingenious ideas nowadays is not enough to establish a successful startup.  Thus deep understanding of business, cooperation with investors, and advice gained from more experienced entrepreneurs is vital.

  • 2016 07 27

    LSB2016: expand your networking horizons with industry professionals from key markets

    Lithuania’s life science industry has been rapidly increasing and attracting worldwide recognition. Representatives from major international markets will attend this year’s Life Sciences Baltics to make it a truly global event. Participants in the forum will have the opportunity to get to know some of the most important key players in the life sciences industries from Japan, Israel, the U.S., the United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany, Canada, and many other regions. Whether you are interested in expanding your business into new markets, exchanging ideas, receiving advice from some of the world’s top professionals, or keeping up to date with the latest innovations in the global life sciences industry, Life Sciences Baltics can offer what you are looking for.

  • 2016 07 26

    Désiré Collen, a world-renowned expert in cardiovascular disease is coming to Life Sciences Baltics 2016

    Life Sciences Baltics 2016 is proud to announce that Désiré Collen, Belgian physician and chemist has confirmed his attendance in the forum, which will take place in Vilnius on September 14-15. Prof Collen has been recognized as a leading figure in the life sciences industry. He has won numerous awards, including two recent lifetime achievement awards as recognition of his excellent services to the global industry.

  • 2016 07 25

    6 Critical Factors that will make or break your life sciences startup

    Nowadays it is not enough for a scientist or student with an ingenious idea to create a successful startup, cooperation with investors and a fundamental understanding of business is required.

    Here are some of the most important factors that must be addressed properly for your life sciences startup to develop successfully, and if ignored, could become detrimental to your company. These factors are marked out according to research done by Karolis Dumbrovas, life sciences coordinator at Enterprise Lithuania, on life science startups in Lithuania.

  • 2016 07 22

    Lithuanian biotech sector has a potential to grow tenfold

    Lithuanian biotech sector has been growing by 20-25% annually and accounts for 1% of the GDP. However is capable of reaching 10%, announces main Lithuanian business news portal Major proportion of the revenue earned by the companies is attributable to a few strongest ones; however, there would be room for 30 more companies within this sector in Lithuania.

  • 2016 07 21

    Lithuanian President and Prime Minister express their support towards life sciences industry

    Lithuania is already considered to be a strong player of the global health technology and biotechnology market that is able to compete with the countries where life sciences industry is most developed. Only close cooperation between politicians, scientists and business representatives may promote quicker growth of the economy and competitiveness of the country.