IBID 2020 - International Biotech Innovation Days

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The International Biotech Innovation Days - IBID previously known as “Innovation Forum Senftenberg” is celebrating its 11th anniversary in 2020!

Given the current situation during the Corona pandemic, the event will be held as an online conference.

We are looking forward to a meeting full of research highlights, innovations and chances. The IBID will bring together specialists and experts in the fields of bioanalytics, biomedical and translational research, autoimmune diagnostics, digitalization, and engineering.



Tuesday, 27.10.2020
Data Science Workshop
We start with pre-conference workshops on data science and a statistical computer language R. A workshop with Python is under consideration. The workshop is a pre-conference of the Why R? 2020 Conference.

Wednesday, 28.10.2020
On the first day of the conference we offer two parallel events. One will deal with the topic "Trends in Microbiota and Microbiome Research - From Regional to International Impact" while the other one will focus on "Medicine and Health of Ageing - Research, Therapy and Health Care".
Choose one or simply switch between the events.

Thursday, 29.10.2020
On the second day of the conference we again offer two parallel events. One will be the "PRAEMED.BIO Symposium" while the other one will be the "Symposium on Industrial Biotechnology".
Choose one or simply switch between the events.

The detailed program can be found on: https://www.b-tu.de/ibid/program 

Registration and further information at https://www.b-tu.de/IBID
The IBID is an open access conference, participation is free of charge.

If you are interested to present your latest research please contact the organizers at IBID@noSpamb-tu.de

The IBID 2020 is organized by BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg and BioResponse e.V. with support from Cluster HealthCapital Berlin Brandenburg, High Perfomance Center „Functional Integration“, Faculty of Health Sciences Brandenburg, Innovation Hub 13, InnoFab and glyconet Berlin Brandenburg.