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Where is life science heading in the future?

Symposium on how new technologies in life science affect research, healthcare, individuals and society
Stockholm Science City and Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson's Foundation are the initiators of the annual Engelsberg symposium "Where is life science heading in the future?", which focuses on how new technologies affect research, healthcare, individuals and society.

During the spring, the symposium gathers around 50 invited participants from different areas of society, including researchers, business representatives, decision makers in healthcare, investors and research financiers. Focus is on how research advances in life science affect our society. The symposium takes place at the world heritage Engelsberg Ironworks, north of Stockholm.

This year's symposium is titled Where is Life Science Heading in the Future: Technology driven science and healthcare - new opportunities and potential risks and takes place on May 9-10.

Each year, presentations and discussions from the symposium are summarized in a report. A report from this year's meeting will be published during the fall of 2019.

2017: Where is Life Science Heading in the Future?
2018: On gene technology and the role of the scientific community