Scientific Superpower conference 2024 at the QEII

Exclusive invitation for free registration- hear from AstraZeneca, Arm, Altos Labs, CIC, Oxa, NHS and others at Creating a Scientific Superpower

Join Advanced Oxford Managing Director Sarah Haywood, and other Advanced Oxford members for a day of debate and discussion – 18th June, 2024 at the QEII conference centre, Westminster, London.

You are invited to this year’s Scientific Superpower Conference to hear from those at the forefront of global science and technology, the businesses that are shaping our future and creating opportunity for investment, development and economic growth.

Now entering its third year, Creating a Scientific Superpower continues to drive dynamic debate with a world-class speaker line-up and more than 500 key stakeholders in UK innovation. This year’s conference will explore what’s needed in a new UK industrial strategy, how to create an environment that not only attracts global talent but also supports them from startup phases to IPO.

The audience will be engaged in discussions aimed at unlocking the UK’s potential as a scientific leader, fostering a competitive ecosystem, and enhancing national productivity.

Speakers include-


  • Steve Rees OBE, Vice President of Discovery Biology, AstraZeneca
  • Hans Bishop, President, Founder and Board Co-Chair, Altos Labs
  • Professor Irene Tracey CBE, Vice-Chancellor, University of Oxford
  • Euan Ashley, Associate Dean – School of Medicine, Stanford University
  • Spencer Collins, EVP and Chief Legal Officer, Arm
  • Andrew Williamson, Managing Partner, Cambridge Innovation Capital
  • Sheelpa Patel, CMO, Oxa
  • Roland Sinker, National Director for Life Sciences, NHS England
Register now for your free delegate pass


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