RNAi and microRNA: Emerging Market Opportunities - 16 January 2007

RNAi and microRNA: Emerging Market Opportunities
1:30 - 17:30 , 16 January 2007, London
Select Biosciences welcome you to attend a half day interactive business tutorial, presented by Enal Razvi, Ph.D., which will take place in central London between 13.30 and 17.30 on Tuesday, 16 Jan 2007. The tutorial has been scheduled for the afternoon to allow those traveling to arrive in good time.
Attendees will also have the opportunity of acquiring our new RNAi market report in the delegate package. This will include results and conclusions from our survey of over 4,000 researchers; the package represents a considerable saving over normal list price.
The RNAi space is maturing and evolving, whereas MicroRNA is up-and-coming. We seek to map the current market opportunities in these spaces at this half-day tutorial held in conjunction with our flagship event, RNAi Europe
We map the current state of the marketplace through two presentations (one on RNAi and one on MicroRNA), describe the current opportunities, and classify these opportunities according to the different market participants--Drug Discovery Institutions, Research Tool Vendors.
All course attendees will receive hard-copy and electronic copies of market overviews for RNAi and MicroRNA, that will complement the presentation and discussion
This is a fast-paced business-focused tutorial, which will include a round-table discussion with your fellow attendees
Who Should Attend:
Scientists in Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology companies.
Business Development Executives in Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology companies
Representatives from Academic Institutions
Established and start-up companies in the RNAi and MicroRNA spaces
Venture Capital community and investors seeking to understand the RNAi and MicroRNA market landscapes, and associated business opportunities
Learning Objectives/Themes:
Overview of the market landscape in the RNAi and MicroRNA spaces
Market analysis and quantitative trends
Emerging business opportunities, and associated challenges
Review of the various technologies in these spaces
Interactive round table moderated discussion
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