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We’re bringing together innovation leaders from the worlds largest companies and the world’s most exciting start-ups to share their expertise. How are billion dollar companies reacting to the crisis? And how are those who were seeking scale in 2020 managing their growth and ambitions?

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WHAT IS BIOTECH WEEK BOSTON?


Biotech Week Boston is dedicated to accelerating the business of biotechnology through new ideas, science, technology and partnerships to make a positive impact on patient health. 

You’ll find thought-leaders and potential partners from discovery, financing, manufacturing, clinical trials, who can help drive you closer to success. It’s an unparalleled opportunity to meet and do business with those who are shaping our industry's future, from researchers and investors, to CEOs and founders.

Add a dazzling awards party, and an evening of rock and roll, Biotech Week Boston is also the convergence of business and fun.

Vonlanthen Group of Companies is thrilled to be presenting the 4th Open Innovation Summit in Berlin, on November 18th and 19th, 2020.

This Summit will continue its tradition of providing a cross-functional platform for open innovation leaders to come together and to exchange their practical experiences in adoption of open innovation, applying open innovation to create competitive products, services and processes, to enable novel business models and to network with the key stakeholders.

Join us as we continue exploring the technical and business solutions, and lessons learned in the ongoing debate of open innovation. See you in November 2020!

 

Who Should Attend

Chief Executives, Directors, Vice Presidents, Department Heads, Leaders and Managers specialising in: Business Planning Corporate Development Innovation Excellence Investments/Startups Operations Management Portfolio Management Project Controlling Quality Management R&D Business R&D Cooperation Strategic Marketing Business Development Financial Planning Innovation Management Knowledge Management Performance Measurement Product Development Project Management Research & Development R&D Controlling R&D Technology Innovation

 

Key Practical Learning Points of the Summit

Improving idea sourcing, quality, processes, performanceAdopting new tech and tools to mature creation of competitive advantages through open innovationEmpowering developability and deliverability of open innovation solutionsDefining metrics to measure open innovation impactDesigning open innovation platforms from concept to implementation to enable OI ecosystemApplying emerging OI approaches to create novel business models for product, process and servicesEstablishing partnership with internal and external OI communities, and learning from failuresEnhancing intellectual property (IP) strategy to enable and protect innovations

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GenerationS launches a series of #InnovTalks with the world's most innovative companies aimed to reveal key insights and outcomes of developing corporate innovations. The aim is to discuss corporate innovations and challenges we are currently facing; to share insights from the most innovative corporate players from various industries affected the most by the COVID-19, and to discover the opportunities for companies, startups, and innovation ecosystem stakeholders. Our first guest is Mr. Ernesto Ciorra, Chief Innovability Offiсer at Enel Group. During our #InnovTalk we will discuss: 1) Corporate Innovation Strategy: main challenges during Great Lockdown. 2) Plugging in StartUps into Corporate Business through Open Innovation Program. 3) How to find relevant startups and set up KPIs on successful collaboration. 4) WHY and HOW: managing Innovation Hubs worldwide. 5) Corporate Venture Capital and Venture Investments. This event is for you IF: 1) You have a startup interested in partnering with the Enel Group. 2) You are an innovation ecosystem stakeholder (University, R&D center, Tech Hub). 3) You represent a corporation implementing open innovation tools and working with startups. 5 FACTS ABOUT THE SPEAKER: 1. Ernesto Ciorra joined Enel on October 2014 as Chief Innnovability Officer after many years of consultancy. 2. He is Founder of Ars et Inventio (2003), a consulting firm focused only on innovation and creativity, he has supported many companies at designing and launching innovative products and services that have become popular worldwide. 3. Nokia, Telecom Italia, Vodafone, Poste Italiane, Eni, GDF, Edison, the P&G Fater and Fameccanica joint-ventures, Unilever, RCS, Sole24Ore, BNP, Unicredit and American Express are some of the firms Ernesto Ciorra cooperated with. 4. Ernesto is a lecturer of Innovation Management in Italian and Spanish universities and business schools, he has also authored three collections of verses and a theatrical play acted in several theatres in Italy (in Milan, Bologna, Taormina and Siracusa). 5. Professors Henry Chesbrough of Berkeley and Mark Kramer of Harvard have written two business cases regarding his activity as Chief Innovability Officer at Enel. The two business cases are available on www.hrb.org and are used in several courses at Berkeley and Harvard. Working language: English

Accelerating energy industry by corporate innovations: Enel key insights

15 July, 2020 - 15 July, 2020

online

GenerationS launches a series of #InnovTalks with the world's most innovative companies aimed to reveal key insights and outcomes of developing corporate innovations. The aim is to discuss corporate innovations and challenges we are currently facing; to share insights from the most innovative corporate players from various industries affected the most by the COVID-19, and to discover the opportunities for companies, startups, and innovation ecosystem stakeholders. Our first guest is Mr. Ernesto Ciorra, Chief Innovability Offiсer at Enel Group. During our #InnovTalk we will discuss: 1) Corporate Innovation Strategy: main challenges during Great Lockdown. 2) Plugging in StartUps into Corporate Business through Open Innovation Program. 3) How to find relevant startups and set up KPIs on successful collaboration. 4) WHY and HOW: managing Innovation Hubs worldwide. 5) Corporate Venture Capital and Venture Investments. This event is for you IF: 1) You have a startup interested in partnering with the Enel Group. 2) You are an innovation ecosystem stakeholder (University, R&D center, Tech Hub). 3) You represent a corporation implementing open innovation tools and working with startups. 5 FACTS ABOUT THE SPEAKER: 1. Ernesto Ciorra joined Enel on October 2014 as Chief Innnovability Officer after many years of consultancy. 2. He is Founder of Ars et Inventio (2003), a consulting firm focused only on innovation and creativity, he has supported many companies at designing and launching innovative products and services that have become popular worldwide. 3. Nokia, Telecom Italia, Vodafone, Poste Italiane, Eni, GDF, Edison, the P&G Fater and Fameccanica joint-ventures, Unilever, RCS, Sole24Ore, BNP, Unicredit and American Express are some of the firms Ernesto Ciorra cooperated with. 4. Ernesto is a lecturer of Innovation Management in Italian and Spanish universities and business schools, he has also authored three collections of verses and a theatrical play acted in several theatres in Italy (in Milan, Bologna, Taormina and Siracusa). 5. Professors Henry Chesbrough of Berkeley and Mark Kramer of Harvard have written two business cases regarding his activity as Chief Innovability Officer at Enel. The two business cases are available on www.hrb.org and are used in several courses at Berkeley and Harvard. Working language: English

"Nanotechnology Virtual 2020" takes an immense pleasure in inviting to our webinar happening during June24-25, 2020 has been enfolded with numerous scientific tracks as Research on COVID-19 Medicine and Vaccine, Applications in COVID Diagnosis & Treatment, Nanoscience and Technology and many more. It is a wonderful opportunity to broaden and flaunt your opinions and study the novel advancements with researchers from all round the world and students can gain knowledge by interacting with Professionals and Professors. Make your Lockdown productive by joining our online conference to share your expertise and increase Knowledge in the field of Nanotechnology. https://worldnanotechnologyconference.com/webinar-online-event Global exposure to your research, making new connections, getting your abstract indexed with DOI are some of the benefits of joining our webinar. Kindly submit your abstract to take part in our conference using the link: https://worldnanotechnologyconference.com/submit-abstract Recommended Nanotechnology Webinars: Nanotechnology Online Conferences | Nanotechnology Virtual 2020 | Nanotechnology Web Events

Catalysis Virtual 2020 is planned for July 17-18, 2020. Catalysis Virtual 2020 holds the theme “Advanced Research and Techniques on Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology” with the broad discussion regarding Catalysis and Porous Materials, Photochemistry, Photobiology and Electrochemistry, Photocatalysis and photoreactors, Photo and electrodeposition, Electrocatalytic and photocatalytic processes, Synthesis and solar chemistry, Electrolysis and corrosion, Corrosion Prevention, Novel electrocatalysts, Chemical Kinetics and Catalytic Activity and Chemical Engineering. For more details, visit: https://www.catalysis-conferences.magnusgroup.org/webinar-online-event Recommended Catalysis Webinars: Catalysis Virtual 2020 | catalysis Online Conferences | Catalysis Web Events

Chemistry Virtual 2020 acts as a information transmit stage of extremely rationalized and appropriate information to a wide viewers in Vaccines and related specialists in the field through keynote, oral, poster presentations, workshops, symposia and exhibitions. Scheduled during August 20-21, 2020 with the theme 'To innovate and integrate advances in Chemistry.' Scientific Sessions: Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry Medicinal Chemistry And Drug Discovery Nanoscience & Materials Chemistry Structural Chemistry: Computational And Experimental Studies Of Chemical And Biological Systems Chemical Engineering Future Scope Of Chemistry Catalysis And Reaction Engineering Biochemistry Organometallic Chemistry Electrochemistry Environmental & Green Chemistry Forensic And Clinical Chemistry Marine And Geo Chemistry Industrial Chemistry Nutrition & Food Chemistry Organic & Inorganic Chemistry Petrochemistry Physical Chemistry & Theoretical Chemistry Polymer Chemistry Natural Products Chemistry Emerging Technology On Supramolecular And Surface Chemistry Chemistry Of Transition Elements Challenges And Opportunities In CADD Pharmaceutical Chemistry Pure & Applied Chemistry Nuclear And Radio Chemistry Agricultural Chemistry Synthetic Chemistry Chemistry In Clinical Research Technological Advancement In Organic Synthesis Keywords: TAGS Chemistry Virtual 2020, Chemistry Webinars, International Chemistry Virtual Events, Chemistry Online Meetings, World Chemistry Webinars, Chemistry Virtual Meetings, Chemistry Virtual Events, Chemical Engineering Webinars, Chemistry Online Events, Chemistry Events

Chemistry Virtual 2020

20 - 21 August, 2020

Online

Chemistry Virtual 2020 acts as a information transmit stage of extremely rationalized and appropriate information to a wide viewers in Vaccines and related specialists in the field through keynote, oral, poster presentations, workshops, symposia and exhibitions. Scheduled during August 20-21, 2020 with the theme 'To innovate and integrate advances in Chemistry.' Scientific Sessions: Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry Medicinal Chemistry And Drug Discovery Nanoscience & Materials Chemistry Structural Chemistry: Computational And Experimental Studies Of Chemical And Biological Systems Chemical Engineering Future Scope Of Chemistry Catalysis And Reaction Engineering Biochemistry Organometallic Chemistry Electrochemistry Environmental & Green Chemistry Forensic And Clinical Chemistry Marine And Geo Chemistry Industrial Chemistry Nutrition & Food Chemistry Organic & Inorganic Chemistry Petrochemistry Physical Chemistry & Theoretical Chemistry Polymer Chemistry Natural Products Chemistry Emerging Technology On Supramolecular And Surface Chemistry Chemistry Of Transition Elements Challenges And Opportunities In CADD Pharmaceutical Chemistry Pure & Applied Chemistry Nuclear And Radio Chemistry Agricultural Chemistry Synthetic Chemistry Chemistry In Clinical Research Technological Advancement In Organic Synthesis Keywords: TAGS Chemistry Virtual 2020, Chemistry Webinars, International Chemistry Virtual Events, Chemistry Online Meetings, World Chemistry Webinars, Chemistry Virtual Meetings, Chemistry Virtual Events, Chemical Engineering Webinars, Chemistry Online Events, Chemistry Events

This iVET-2020 focuses on the exponential growth taking place in the veterinary sector. The point of view of veterinary medicine is to yield fewer, healthier, and more productive animals. Open out in research on herd infectious disease control and food safety is immediately needed in adding up to studies on genetics, nutrition, management, market access, and rural economic growth and all these aspects will be dealt with in care in our Veterinary Conferences.

International Conference on World Cardiologywelcomes you for the 24th Edition this time in Zurich, Switzerland scheduled on November 03-04, 2020. Cardiology 2020 Conferences will be an examination of the newest successions in heart disease recovery and prevention and on new analysis of innovation within the field of cardiac specialty. Cardiology Conferences will lay a platform for scientists, world-class professors, and Cardiologists to discuss an approach for Cardiovascular Diseases. International Cardiology Conferences is designed to provide diverse and current education that will keep medical professionals alongside of the issues affecting the diagnosis, treatment of Cardiac disorders and prevention. In recent years, cardiac and vascular devices have been developed which helped for the treatment of cardiac disorders, replacement and repair therapy. Robotic surgeries for the cardiac and vascular surgery which has been favorable in a wide range.

Coronavirus a global pandemic are a family of viruses that causes SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), common cold, MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome). Coronavirus was first observed in China during December 2019. This virus is known as the SARS-CoV-2 i.e., severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and disease causes is COVID-19, Coronavirus Disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. WHO, Public health groups, Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are monitoring the pandemic and updating on their websites. These websites are also providing tips for treating the illness and prevention of COVID-19. Symptoms of confirmed cases of COVID-19 observed are fever, shortness of breath, and cough. Healthcare organizations are continuously observing the virus and providing guidance to everyone. Coronavirus is still a pandemic for almost every country and are spread through person-to-person contact. A person become sick when comes in contact with the infected person the same as the flu and cold. The virus is spread by the respiratory droplets of an infected person through sneezing and coughing or touching the surface with the virus. The virus is easily transmittable in the community. This webinar does not require any travel; you can attend from your place. We welcome you to share knowledge and resources to halt the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The coronavirus webinar is on Dec 7-8, 2020. The aim of the webinar is to bring together researchers, scientists, healthcare professionals, doctors so that their knowledge, the experience can be used for the treatment and prevention of this deadly virus – Coronavirus. Webinar Highlights are Coronavirus Pandemic, Coronavirus Research, Coronavirus Vaccine, Coronavirus Cases, Coronavirus Treatment, COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis, COVID-19 Updates, Coronavirus News, Coronavirus Disease, Coronavirus Symptoms, Coronavirus Prevention, Coronavirus Statistics, Coronavirus Alert, Coronavirus causes, COVID-19 Resources, Coronavirus Clinical Trials, Coronavirus Medical Cases, Coronavirus Nursing, Coronavirus Diabetes, Covid-19 Variants, Coronavirus and Chloroquine, Coronavirus Diagnosis, Coronavirus Drugs, Coronavirus Patients, Covid-19 Tracker Webinar Benefits 15 CME Hours CPD Certification Keynote lectures Speaker Sessions Poster presentation Important Information: Conference Name: Coronavirus Webinar Short Name: Coronaweb2020 Dates: Dec 7-8, 2020 Email: info@utilitarianconferences.com Visit: https://coronavirus.universeconferences.com/ Call Us: +442033222718

Coronavirus Webinar

07 - 08 December, 2020

London, UK

Coronavirus a global pandemic are a family of viruses that causes SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), common cold, MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome). Coronavirus was first observed in China during December 2019. This virus is known as the SARS-CoV-2 i.e., severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and disease causes is COVID-19, Coronavirus Disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. WHO, Public health groups, Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are monitoring the pandemic and updating on their websites. These websites are also providing tips for treating the illness and prevention of COVID-19. Symptoms of confirmed cases of COVID-19 observed are fever, shortness of breath, and cough. Healthcare organizations are continuously observing the virus and providing guidance to everyone. Coronavirus is still a pandemic for almost every country and are spread through person-to-person contact. A person become sick when comes in contact with the infected person the same as the flu and cold. The virus is spread by the respiratory droplets of an infected person through sneezing and coughing or touching the surface with the virus. The virus is easily transmittable in the community. This webinar does not require any travel; you can attend from your place. We welcome you to share knowledge and resources to halt the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The coronavirus webinar is on Dec 7-8, 2020. The aim of the webinar is to bring together researchers, scientists, healthcare professionals, doctors so that their knowledge, the experience can be used for the treatment and prevention of this deadly virus – Coronavirus. Webinar Highlights are Coronavirus Pandemic, Coronavirus Research, Coronavirus Vaccine, Coronavirus Cases, Coronavirus Treatment, COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis, COVID-19 Updates, Coronavirus News, Coronavirus Disease, Coronavirus Symptoms, Coronavirus Prevention, Coronavirus Statistics, Coronavirus Alert, Coronavirus causes, COVID-19 Resources, Coronavirus Clinical Trials, Coronavirus Medical Cases, Coronavirus Nursing, Coronavirus Diabetes, Covid-19 Variants, Coronavirus and Chloroquine, Coronavirus Diagnosis, Coronavirus Drugs, Coronavirus Patients, Covid-19 Tracker Webinar Benefits 15 CME Hours CPD Certification Keynote lectures Speaker Sessions Poster presentation Important Information: Conference Name: Coronavirus Webinar Short Name: Coronaweb2020 Dates: Dec 7-8, 2020 Email: info@utilitarianconferences.com Visit: https://coronavirus.universeconferences.com/ Call Us: +442033222718

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This week we’ll show the world premiere of 12 Game-Changing Stadiums in History, a short-form video presented by the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation and SportTechie. The film, which challenges viewers to ask what were the innovations that stadiums got right and which ones missed their mark, is part of the new Game Changers exhibit that is scheduled to open at the National Museum of American History in the fall of 2022. Our expert panel of historians, architects and sports business professionals will discuss why these 12 stadiums were selected for their innovations, and we’ll explore the future of stadium design and construction, especially as it pertains to a post COVID-19 world. Catch a sneak peek of the film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sehxS8IRM4 Registration is free. All registrants will receive a link to watch the recording once the session concludes. Speakers Arthur Daemmrich is the director of the Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation at the Smithsonian Institution. Located in the National Museum of American History, the Lemelson Center carries out historical research into invention and innovation, develops educational programs to inspire the next generation of inventors, and creates exhibits that engage over 3.5 million museum visitors annually. Brian Mirakian is a Senior Principal at Populous and serves as director of Populous Brand Activation in the Americas, which features an innovative approach that powerfully brings brands to life through design. Through a core focus on connective strategy in the entertainment and hospitality industries, he masterfully creates opportunities for engagement by linking people to immersive user experiences on all levels, design mediums and interactive technologies. Russ Simons is the Chief Listening Officer and Managing Partner for Venue Solutions Group. VSG is an industry leading operational consulting practice, providing solutions to all public assembly facility types. Russ is currently leading the International Association of Venue Managers COVID-19 response. He serves on the CISA/DHS COVID-19 Recovery Task Force. Russ currently advices several cities facilities working groups on COVID-19 related issues. Jen Booton, Senior Writer, SportTechie [Moderator] *** The Way Back: How Sports Innovate and Thrive is a SportTechie Live series of interactive and engaging conversations examining how tech and innovation will bring sports back (safely) during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Sessions are Wednesdays at 12:30 PM ET.

The Way Back: Designing Stadiums for the Future

24 June, 2020 - 24 June, 2020

Online

This week we’ll show the world premiere of 12 Game-Changing Stadiums in History, a short-form video presented by the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation and SportTechie. The film, which challenges viewers to ask what were the innovations that stadiums got right and which ones missed their mark, is part of the new Game Changers exhibit that is scheduled to open at the National Museum of American History in the fall of 2022. Our expert panel of historians, architects and sports business professionals will discuss why these 12 stadiums were selected for their innovations, and we’ll explore the future of stadium design and construction, especially as it pertains to a post COVID-19 world. Catch a sneak peek of the film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sehxS8IRM4 Registration is free. All registrants will receive a link to watch the recording once the session concludes. Speakers Arthur Daemmrich is the director of the Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation at the Smithsonian Institution. Located in the National Museum of American History, the Lemelson Center carries out historical research into invention and innovation, develops educational programs to inspire the next generation of inventors, and creates exhibits that engage over 3.5 million museum visitors annually. Brian Mirakian is a Senior Principal at Populous and serves as director of Populous Brand Activation in the Americas, which features an innovative approach that powerfully brings brands to life through design. Through a core focus on connective strategy in the entertainment and hospitality industries, he masterfully creates opportunities for engagement by linking people to immersive user experiences on all levels, design mediums and interactive technologies. Russ Simons is the Chief Listening Officer and Managing Partner for Venue Solutions Group. VSG is an industry leading operational consulting practice, providing solutions to all public assembly facility types. Russ is currently leading the International Association of Venue Managers COVID-19 response. He serves on the CISA/DHS COVID-19 Recovery Task Force. Russ currently advices several cities facilities working groups on COVID-19 related issues. Jen Booton, Senior Writer, SportTechie [Moderator] *** The Way Back: How Sports Innovate and Thrive is a SportTechie Live series of interactive and engaging conversations examining how tech and innovation will bring sports back (safely) during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Sessions are Wednesdays at 12:30 PM ET.

We are facing uncertain times today, which impacts our families, our society and our work. More than ever we need Innovation and Inspiration. The unmet needs of patients and the healthcare system around the world are at the highest.  Join us #rightNOW to bring change and innovation.

From Switzerland to the UK, governments are driving hackathons by partnering with pharma companies including Roche, academic institutions, patients, startups and non-profit organisations.

This year we will focus on:
“How to build a Sustainable Ecosystem to drive innovation", with opening by André Hoffmann, Vice Chairman of Roche on Innovating with Purpose (TEDX Talk).  

 

We are very much looking forward to welcoming you at the Partnering for Innovation Summit 2020! 

WCID 2020 Conference invites all the Nobel laureates, speakers, delegates, Infectious Diseases Specialists from all over the world to attend Infectious Diseases virtual 2020 webinar which is scheduled on June 14, 2020. These conferences prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations. Infectious Diseases virtual 2020 is dedicated to recent investigation and Improving Access in the treatment of infectious diseases. It will deliver new ideas, convictions, strategies and tactics to excel in the field of Infectious Diseases, Immunology, Microbiology and Epidemiology. To know more details about the event, have a glance at: https://infectious-diseases-conferences.magnusgroup.org/webinar-online-event

In response to the rapidly changing circumstances associated with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the INBC has made the decision to transition its annual in-person conference to a virtual experience. In coming to this decision, the INBC leadership carefully weighed the risks to attendees and their families, colleagues, and patients. As a responsible citizen devoted to the well-being the organization feels strongly that INBC must continue to fulfill its mission in the face of COVID-19. This Neurology Virtual 2020- A Webinar is designed to bring together top leaders and researchers on one stage acting as a means of disseminating peer reviewed and cutting edge research statistics that covering whole field to the neurology community worldwide. Overall the result will be great excellence experience where best concept on the most important themes are presented by leaders with intense discussions, staged in a friendly environment needed to support as much interacting and knowledge as possible.

With zeal, we are glad to announce the 6th Edition of International Online Conference on Clinical Oncology (Oncology 2020) organized in collaboration with generous support and cooperation from enthusiastic academicians and Editorial Board Members. Clinical Oncology 2020 aims at sharing new ideas and technologies amongst the professionals, industrialists and students from research areas of Oncology. As the premier event, we have developed a program with your interests in mind. We have not only increased the number of opportunities for you to network with colleagues from across the world but also introduced more focused sessions that will feature cutting-edge presentations, special panel discussions, and livelier interaction with industry leaders and experts.

Hyperlink code: RPCMC3 We welcome you to join our Risk & Pharmacovigilance MasterClass on the 28 - 29 May 2020 which will be streamed ONLINE led by Dimitris Zampatis, Associate director, Signal and Risk Management Process at Merck Biopharma, Germany. The focus of this two-day masterclass will be on providing an update of ongoing medicines' risk and signal management. Participants will also have the opportunity to get an insight into the current signal detection and management guidelines and tools. During this training, an outlook of current and future challenges in pharmacovigilance focusing on the impact of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018 will be given and discussed. By the end of this training, participants will: Learn all the details about the RMP Structure and compilation Discover the risk minimization measures Have a closer look at the signal detection and the MAH experience in EVDAS Get to know the EU guidelines and the authorities’ expectation on signal management

Hyperlink code: LSMMMC We welcome you to join our LifeScience Micro MBA MasterClass unveiled by GLC Europe on 25th and 26th May 2020 which will be streamed ONLINE led by Jean Paul Lemmens, Managing Director at Commercial Health Consulting in The Netherlands. Today’s LifeScience environment is dynamic, very changeable and requires a broad and holistic view for every manager/executive working in this environment. The LifeScience Micro MBA program is a condensed overview of all aspects with respect of doing business in a LifeScience environment which will prepare managers who have further career ambitions either in their current role/discipline or considering a switch to any other discipline in this industry. The program will focus primarily on sharing experiences and case-studies in forum discussions and exercises setup rather than classroom teaching only. The learning outcomes of this masterclass include: Gain more understanding and overview of all elements belonging to the total LifeScience value chain Know what strategy and strategic thinking means for LifeScience now in the coming future How to become a leader in a LifeScience environment How to turn strategy into a go-to-market plan How to apply Marketing and Sales Excellence in a LifeScience organization Learn from real-life LifeScience experiences and business cases

This is week 4 of Kaggle's COVID-19 forecasting series, following the Week 3 competition. This is the 4th competition we've launched in this series. All of the prior discussion forums have been migrated to this competition for continuity.

Background

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) pulled together a coalition research groups and companies (including Kaggle) to prepare the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19) to attempt to address key open scientific questions on COVID-19. Those questions are drawn from National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s (NASEM) and the World Health Organization (WHO).

The Challenge

Kaggle is launching a companion COVID-19 forecasting challenges to help answer a subset of the NASEM/WHO questions. While the challenge involves forecasting confirmed cases and fatalities between April 15 and May 14 by region, the primary goal isn't only to produce accurate forecasts. It’s also to identify factors that appear to impact the transmission rate of COVID-19. You are encouraged to pull in, curate and share data sources that might be helpful. If you find variables that look like they impact the transmission rate, please share your finding in a notebook. As the data becomes available, we will update the leaderboard with live results based on data made available from the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE). We have received support and guidance from health and policy organizations in launching these challenges. We're hopeful the Kaggle community can make valuable contributions to developing a better understanding of factors that impact the transmission of COVID-19.

Companies and Organizations

There is also a call to action for companies and other organizations: If you have datasets that might be useful, please upload them to Kaggle’s dataset platform and reference them in this forum thread. That will make them accessible to those participating in this challenge and a resource to the wider scientific community.

Acknowledgments

JHU CSSE for making the data available to the public. The White House OSTP for pulling together the key open questions. The image comes from the Center for Disease Control.

COVID19 Global Forecasting (Week 4)

12 - 16 April, 2020

Online

This is week 4 of Kaggle's COVID-19 forecasting series, following the Week 3 competition. This is the 4th competition we've launched in this series. All of the prior discussion forums have been migrated to this competition for continuity. Background The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) pulled together a coalition research groups and companies (including Kaggle) to prepare the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19) to attempt to address key open scientific questions on COVID-19. Those questions are drawn from National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s (NASEM) and the World Health Organization (WHO). The Challenge Kaggle is launching a companion COVID-19 forecasting challenges to help answer a subset of the NASEM/WHO questions. While the challenge involves forecasting confirmed cases and fatalities between April 15 and May 14 by region, the primary goal isn't only to produce accurate forecasts. It’s also to identify factors that appear to impact the transmission rate of COVID-19. You are encouraged to pull in, curate and share data sources that might be helpful. If you find variables that look like they impact the transmission rate, please share your finding in a notebook. As the data becomes available, we will update the leaderboard with live results based on data made available from the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE). We have received support and guidance from health and policy organizations in launching these challenges. We're hopeful the Kaggle community can make valuable contributions to developing a better understanding of factors that impact the transmission of COVID-19. Companies and Organizations There is also a call to action for companies and other organizations: If you have datasets that might be useful, please upload them to Kaggle’s dataset platform and reference them in this forum thread. That will make them accessible to those participating in this challenge and a resource to the wider scientific community. Acknowledgments JHU CSSE for making the data available to the public. The White House OSTP for pulling together the key open questions. The image comes from the Center for Disease Control.

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