Life Sciences


Fifth edition
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Regione Lombardia
Piazza Città di Lombardia 1, Milan – Sala Biagi.

Technology Forum Life Sciences 2019

Life Sciences and in particular biotechnology and the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors, represent one of Italy’s hi-tech sectors that gives most cause for hope, with high growth potential in the medium-to-long term. Several major results have been achieved in recent years, even if there remains a great deal of work still to be done to make this sector the real driver for Italy’s economic growth and competitiveness.

The Life Sciences Technology Forum brings together the key stakeholders in government and institutions, business, finance and research involved, in a variety of ways, in research and innovation in Life Sciences. Their goal is to provide a contribution that enriches the discussion, as well as concrete proposals for the growth of the ecosystem.

Executive Summary

Presentation by Valerio di De Molli

Press Release (Italian version)

The 2019 Forum has been structured in two important moments:

  • “Fostering Innovation in Health Technologies and Life Sciences in Italy”: two sessions dedicated to the high-level discussion on the Italian ecosystem for research and innovation in Life Sciences, and on the frontiers of innovation in this sector.
  • “Restarting From InnovAgorà – From Business to Research”: three workshops, organized in collaboration with the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research, and dedicated to Life Sciences researchers.


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