Turku Bioscience team gets broad attention at Live Science Live

    The life science and health even Life Science Live at Turku Fair Centre last week (May  15-16) gathered a broad audience from all over Finland. The topics were to a significant extent focused on artificial intelligence, big data, and biobanks but there was a wide spectrum of other presentations as well. Read more about the event.

    The exhibition boot of Turku Bioscience  gathered numerous customers, keeping the Turku Bioscience team busy during the two days of the event.

    (Anne Rokka and Markku Saari informing about our core facility opportunities)

    The new core facility booklet and video trailer received many compliments and at the end, the team was very content with the two days.

    (from left: Ilkka Paatero, Minna Niemelä, Anne Rokka, Alex Dickens, and Markku Saari)

    The Turku Bioscience team “Anison”, represented by Preety Paul and Senthil Kumar, won the first prize in the pitching competition arranged by Business Finland. Eight teams participated in the competition, Anison being the only one from Turku Bioscience and Biocity. The team works on targeted therapies against HPV-mediated diseases, which was a literally winning concept in front  of this international jury:

    (Preethy Paul receiving the prize)

    The first prize is a ticket to the Slush event next fall, where there is a chance to pitch the idea for an even much wider audience.

    (Preethy Paul and Senthil Kumar are happy for the recognition and about the experience)