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BioMedETC – Biomedical Science in Entrepreneurship, Technology and Commercialisation is BioMedKL’s flagship event. Aiming to offer beyond “conventional scientific event”, BioMedETC offers training on critical communication & collaboration skills, new thought process for problem solving and know-how in commercialisation for science discoveries. BioMedKL believes these are skills and learning opportunities that do not fall under normal academic syllabus.
Hence, this event is dubbed the acronym ETC which also means “et cetera” or “and other things“ biomedical science researchers should know. We have and will continue to gather experts in communication, ideation and commercialisation to come forth and speak to biomedical scientist who are keen in learning new skills, networking with other scientist and wanting to make a science breakthrough.
Bank account for registration fee payment: 8001099473 (CIMB Bank - Persatuan Graduan Bioperubatan)
28 September 2016
Talk A1: Science for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
By Dr Renard Siew, Global Infrastructure Basel (GIB) Foundation and Group Sustainability, Sime Darby
Followed by exercise to align your research to United Nations (UN) SDGs, understanding your research impact from a global perspective.
Talk A2: An Academician’s True Story into Start Up by Assoc Prof Dr Bimo Tejo, Dean, Faculty of Applied Scences, UCSI and Co-Founder, Biamics Research
Exercise A3: Teaser to Design Thinking
Lunch & networking
Exercise A4: Immerse Yourself to Design Thinking
Talk A5: Pitch Perfect by Zafrul Noordin, Lean Startup Evangelist and Founder, Code Ar.my
Exercise A6: Making the Pitch
29 September 2016
Forum B1: Busting Myths about Science, Patent & Grant by Mohan Krishnan, CEO, AETAS and Dr Kenny Teoh, Head of UPM Univ. Industry Liaison
Talk B2: EURAXESS ASEAN: Your Gate to Funding & Fellowship Opportunities in Europe by Susanne Rentzow-Vasu, Regional Representative for ASEAN, EURAXESS Links ASEAN
Exercise B3: Back to the Ideation Board
Exercise B4: Pitch Practice Makes Perfect
Talk B5: Postgraduate Opportunities Overseas by Korean Government Scholarship Programme
Exercise B6: Elevator Pitch Competition
The tentative above is subjected to updates, so please stay tuned. Visit our website for a recap of our first BioMedETC in 2015 - http://biomedkl.wix.com/home#!biomedetc/cp7n
How can I register?
- Please fill up the EventBrite registration form with your personal details.
- If you are a non-member, please make payment of RM50 (early bird) or RM70 (normal) via bank deposit made to: Persatuan Graduan Bioperubatan Kuala Lumpur & Selangor (CIMB bank account no. 8001099473).
- Please scan proof of payment and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your seats.
- That's all.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
You may park inside KL Convention Centre or Suria KLCC parking, but it is very expensive. You are advised to take public transportation or LRT to KLCC station.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
You should bring your own stationeries, notebook and your own water bottle. Food is not provided and outside food is not allowed inside KLCC premises.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please send an email to email@example.com
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Your ticket is transferrable, but refund or duplicate ticket is NOT allowed.
Can I update my registration information?
Yes. You can update your registration information after confirmation.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes. As long as there is no duplication in ticket order number.
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When & Where
BioMedKL gathers people of biomedical expertise to discuss future prospect of biomedical sciences in Malaysia. With our humble beginning at Malaysia's biomedical research hub, BioMedKL will be the networking platform for biomedical science graduates based in Kuala Lumpur and neighbouring states. We do not only focus on scientific research discussions, but we actively encourage scientific collaboration among researchers, science-based companies and other scientific groups.
BioMedKL sees a future in creating a multi-disciplinary approach in solving the latest scientific challenges of public interest. We aim to bring the private sector, governmental bodies and researchers to work together and break through the boundaries in isolated research groups.
More information about our committee (http://biomedkl.wix.com/home)