Supported by the Oxford Foundry, OUBT are hosting a weekend packed with problem-solving, thinking outside the box and team-working. Participants will work in teams of 2-4 people to find a solution to the “Healthcare challenges of the 2020s”. In order to tackle the pressing healthcare challenges of the 2020s, expertise from different fields will be required: scientists will need to work with business-minded people, along with IP lawyers, medics and everything in between.

The Biohackathon will be introduced by a keynote event at 6PM on Friday 1st March. This event and the rest of the Biohackathon will be held at the Oxford Foundry. Food and drink will be provided throughout the weekend.

During the weekend, participants will be assisted by mentors whose careers span diverse fields, such as the pharmaceutical industry, patent law and venture capital (VC). Mentors will help the teams develop their ideas; the best teams will be selected to present at an event on the 5th March, where a panel of judges will select the winner.

As always, this event is completely free to attend – however, please do register as soon as possible as sign-ups will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

We can’t wait to hear the revolutionary ideas you will come up with!

Follow this link to the biohackathon website for more information: oxfordbiotech.uk/biohackathon

Supported by the Oxford Foundry, OUBT are hosting a weekend packed with problem-solving, thinking out of the box and team-working. Participants will work in teams of 2-4 people to find a solution to the “Healthcare challenges of the 2020s”. In order to tackle the pressing healthcare challenges of the 2020s, expertise from different fields will be required: scientists will need to work with business-minded people, along with IP lawyers, medics and anything in between.

The Biohackathon will be introduced by a keynote panel event at 6PM on Friday 1st March. This event and the rest of the Biohackathon will be held at the Oxford Foundry. Food and drink will be provided throughout the weekend.

During the weekend, participants will be assisted by mentors whose careers span diverse fields, such as the pharmaceutical industry, patent law and venture capital (VC). Mentors will help the teams develop their ideas; the best teams will be selected to present at an event on the 5th March, where a panel of judges will select the winner.

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