Martlesham Heath: Bioscience and informattion technology focus for Choose Suffolk seminar

DEVELOPMENT partnership Choose Suffolk is staging a half-day event later this month to celebrate two of the county’s key areas of innovation – bio-science and information and communication technology.

The keynote speaker at the event, to be held at BT’s Adastral Park complex at Martlesham Heath, near Ipswich, on June 22, will be Brendon Noble, Professor of Regenerative Medicine and Head of the School of Health Science and Social Care at University Campus Suffolk.

Delegates will also hear from Dr Andrew Waller, Head of Bacteriology at the Animal Health Trust, Dr David Heatley, co-founder of Disect Systems, based at Innovation Martlesham, and Dr Mike Fisher, chief researcher in BT’s Corporate ICT Research Practice.

Choose Suffolk chief executive Tim Passmore, who will open the event, said: “Our latest seminar will bring together two key innovative and economic clusters for the county to look at how we work in partnership to grow these two crucial sectors for our economy.”

To reserve a place at the event, email sarah@choosesuffolk.com .


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