BIO 2020

09:00 till 20:00
BIO International Convention

The BIO International Convention (BIO) attracts 16,000+ biotechnology and pharma leaders who come together for one week of intensive networking to discover new opportunities and promising partnerships. It brings together a wide spectrum of life science and application areas including drug discovery, biomanufacturing, genomics, biofuels, nanotechnology and cell therapy.   

Meet the German Capital Region at BIO in San Diego at the German Pavilion | Booth #tba

Berlin-Brandenburg is one of the leading locations for life sciences in Europe. The Berlin biotech sector in particular is growing steadily and is characterized by a dynamic startup-scene. 80% of the more than 230 biotech companies operate in the field of biomedicine and are developing innovative therapeutics and diagnostics to treat cancer, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. They benefit from a strong local research landscape, close links to the industry and an excellent scientific infrastructure for clinical trials with more than 130 clinics, including Europe's largest university hospital – the Charité.


If you want to get in contact with companies and scientific institutes from Berlin and Brandenburg and become a partner of an active network, come to see us at our booth or in the partnering.Exhibitors and representatives of the healthcare industries cluster HealthCapital Berlin-Brandenburg will provide information about products and strengths of the life sciences region.

Get in Touch with the German Health Capital!

Cluster HealthCapital
Dr. Kai Uwe Bindseil:

Investment and Relocation
Carolin Clement:
Kira Lenz:

Hard facts about BIO 2020

Jun 8-11 | San Diego Convention Center | San Diego | USA

16,000 industry leaders | 40% C-level attendees | more than 8000 companies | 76 countries 

For further information and event details check out the BIO International Convention Website, follow @BIOConvention and/or #BIO2020 on Twitter or follow @BIOConvention on facebook.


The Berlin-Brandenburg booth is funded by the state of Berlin and Investitionsbank Berlin; co-financed by the European Union – European Regional Development Fund.