Science Conference 2021

This inspiring event is a platform for you to share recently developed non-animal research and new approach methodologies, and for us to learn from each other in a dynamic multi-disciplinary environment. We will be exploring advances in in vitro research, new approaches in in silico research, thinking beyond animal-derived biomaterials and much more.

When: 14-15 December 2021
Where: Millennium Point, Birmingham, B4 7XG

This event is open to researchers currently applying animal replacement techniques in their work and scientists with an interest in using such techniques in the future and policy makers in this area.

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Conference Schedule

On Day One, champion of human-relevant science Professor Amanda Ellison will deliver our opening keynote speech, and to close our day, Dr. Donald Ingber will be accepting the inaugural Animal Free Research Pioneer Award and giving an inspiring recipient lecture.

In between, our schedule boasts fascinating talks on topics ranging from Advances in In Vitro Research, to New Approaches in In Silico Research, and will showcase Early Career Researchers along with a Panel discussion on Science Engagement with Decision Makers.

On Day Two, we are facilitating a day of roundtable conversations between scientists and stakeholders on the theme of modernising medical research. Together, we will explore how to accelerate a phase in of animal free research and a phase out of animal research.

 

Booked your tickets and need a place to stay?

We have teamed up with Conference Aston Hotel who have offered preferential rates for all Science Conference attendees. The hotel is only a few minutes walk from the venue so is an ideal option for anyone staying in Birmingham. Preferential rates have limited availability so make sure you book your stay soon.

 

Harvard University’s Dr Donald Ingber awarded Animal Free Research UK’s Pioneer Medal

The founding director of Harvard University’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Dr Donald E Ingber has been awarded Animal Free Research UK’s Pioneer Medal.

Dr Ingber  – who helped create organ-on-a-chip technology that has advanced medical research – will receive the specially commissioned accolade during our science conference in December and will give a keynote speech.

 

 

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