▪ BIO San Diego 2014: The Anti-infective crisis & Private-Public Collaborations, two of the hottest topics in today’s Biotechnology & BioPharma Research – EEUU

The world’s largest biotechnological event featuring more than 1,700 exhibitors covers approximately 180,000 square feet. The exhibition included 60+ state, regional and country pavilions that host the most representative companies of their regions. MEDINA will attend within the Spanish Pavillion (Stand 4117, porst 14) and will participate at the partnering sessions of the fair. On the 26th, Dr Genilloud (MEDINA's Scientific Director) will introduce Fundación MEDINA's role in the ever growing concern on antimicrobial resistance and discuss the importance of a public-private model to work on this concern and other issues faced by the industry:

Innovative Tools for Private-Public Cooperation in the Spanish Biotechnology Sector

Novel Approaches to Solving the Anti-Infective Crisis: The Combined Role of Government, Universities and Industry