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Le Dr Elizabeth H. Blackburn, lauréate du Prix Nobel, se joint au panel du DÉBAT SUR L'INNOVATION D'ASTELLAS 2013
Date:11/17/2013

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Le professeur Tim Eisen          Professeur d'oncologie médicale à l'université de Cambridge.

À propos du Débat sur l'innovation d'Astellas

Le débat sur l'innovation d'Astellas, organisé et financé par Astellas Pharma Europe Ltd., se penche sur le rôle de l'innovation dans la société moderne.

L'événement de cette année, sur le thème « The Age Crunch: Facts fears and the future », aura lieu le 19 novembre 2013 à la Royal Institution de Grande-Bretagne et réunira des personnalités influentes et respectées des domaines des sciences, du gouvernement, de la médecine, de l'économie, de l'industrie et des médias. Les participants s'attaqueront aux problèmes majeurs liés à l'innovation scientifique d'aujourd'hui et de demain. L'objectif du Débat sur l'innovation consiste à aborder des problèmes cruciaux, de tirer des conclusions positives et de faire avancer le programme.

Tout le monde, à savoir les professionnels dans les domaines des sciences, de la médecine et de l'industrie ainsi que le grand public, aura l'occasion de participer au Débat sur l'innovation d'Astellas par le biais des médias en ligne qui porteront la discussion bien au-delà des murs de la Royal Institution de Grande-Bretagne.

La première édition du Débat sur l'innovation qui a eu lieu en novembre 2012 à la Royal Society de Londres a mis l'accent sur l'innovation en période d'austérité et la formation des innovateurs du futur. Sous la présidence du professeur Jim Al-Khalili ce débat a réuni des intervenants comme le professeur Sir Andre Geim, lauréat du <
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