The AAPS National Biotechnology Conference is expected to draw 1,000 attendees interested in contributing to biotechnology. Attendees go to NBC to partake in the newest scientific research through poster presentations, expansion of their professional network of colleagues, and participation of educational sessions which include symposia, roundtables, and short courses.
Learn and network with top biotechnology, and bring new ideas back to your lab and office!
An integrated program will examine both theory and application from multiple perspectives including discovery, development, engineering, and regulatory aspects.
Choose the presentation depth that suits you—short sunrise sessions, focused day-long short courses, dialogue and debate discussions, and symposia.
Top speakers from industry, FDA, and academia.
Over 250 poster presentations featuring the latest scientific developments.
You Won't Want to Miss
Biotalk - A lunch and learn networking opportunity where you connect and share ideas with speakers
Resume Review - Meet with a high level scientist one-on-one during the conference to improve your resume
On-Site Job Boards
More than 50% of attendees are scientists/researchers at the National Biotechnology Conference. Other attendees includes directors, managers, and students focused in the biotech space.
Complimentary organizations can provide valuable resources to scientists who are seeking industry solutions, new emerging trends, and collaboration within the biotech community.
The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) is a professional, scientific organization of approximately 10,000 members employed in academia, industry, government, and other research institutes worldwide. Founded in 1986, AAPS advances the capacity of pharmaceutical scientists to develop products and therapies that improve global health.