A conference on how collaboration between and among individuals, universities, and businesses and the sharing of information, ideas and effort translates to idea (product and service) development, raising of resources and capital, commercialization activities is set for 14 May.
Sponsored by the Center for the Business of Life Sciences at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, BioCrossroads, Ice Miller LLP, Indiana Economic Development Corporation, the Indiana University School of Medicine and Purdue University, the all-day conference will be in the University Place Conference Center in Indianapolis.
Opening keynoter is Bill Cook, founder and CEO of Cook Group Inc. A panel discussion will follow his presentation. Richard DiMarchi, a chemistry professor at I.U. and cofounder of Ambrx Inc. and Marcadia Biotech, will give the afternoon keynote address, which also is followed by a panel discussion.
Registration is $50. For registration information, click here.