Fellowship to attend the the World Life Sciences Forum in Lyon, March 2013

BioVision is an independent non-profit organization part of the Fondation pour l’Université de Lyon, focusing on key science and health-related activities: advocacy, dialogue and partnership building. BioVision’s goals are to foster interaction, generate insight and achieve impact across all healthcare communities.

Since 1999, the BioVision World Life Science Forums have welcomed in Lyon (France) business leaders, Health and Research Ministers, Heads of United Nations agencies, Nobel Prize scientists, Heads of regulatory agencies and NGOs.

We are pleased to inform you that the call for applications for BioVision.Nxt 2013 fellowship programme is now open

BioVision.Nxt is a fellowship grant, in partnership with the TWAS, allowing 100 young scientists from around the world to attend BioVision, the World Life Sciences Forum, to be held March 24-26, 2013, in Lyon, France.

The BioVision.Nxt selected candidates will have a unique opportunity to meet with world-renowned life sciences experts. BioVision brings together top decision-makers from the academic, private, policy-making and civil society sectors to translate innovative ideas into actionable solutions for the benefit of citizens. It expects more than 3,000 participants from 60 different countries.

BioVision is the place where key stakeholders can debate over the impact of the latest scientific advances on society and share a prospective vision on how to overcome health, environment and nutrition challenges.

Apply online by November 15, 2012 23:59 (GMT +1).

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