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Date:6/12/2012

BOSTON, June 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The conference provides a great opportunity to present Poland as a strong BIO science and BIO business center, with huge investment potential. The whole venture will mark out the Polish strategy of further development of biotechnology, based on international trends in evolution of this sector.

Distinguished experts will perform during the conference e.g:

Maciej Pisarski, Embassy of Poland In Washington, Andrzej Dycha - Ministry of Economy in Poland, prof. Krzysztof Jan Kurzydlowski - National Centre for Research and Development in Poland, Marek Lyzwa - Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency, prof. Tom Kieber-Emmons - Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute, Magdalena Leszczyniecka - President, CEO STC Biologics Inc., Piotr Lassota - Polpharma Trade Office, Pawel Przewiezlikowski -  SELVITA Ltd., prof. Bogdan Walkowiak,  Technical University of Lodz, Zbigniew Kamienski -  Innovation and Industry Department in the Ministry of Economy, Michal Zielinski CEO Ageron and a representative of the BioTech Consulting Ltd.

Admission is free.

Right after the conference, we would like to invite you to visit the Polish Pavilion at the nearby Boston Convention & Exhibition Center within BIO International Convention being held between June 18th - 21st.

Biotechnology offer will be presented at the Polish Pavilion by key bio-regions such as Pomorskie, Lodzkie, Malopolskie (fulfilling objectives of "Business in Malopolska-Investment for Future") as well as the following institutions: Pomeranian Special Economic Zone Ltd., Gdansk Science & Technology Park, Claster Life Science Krakow - Jagiellonian Centre of Innovation Ltd., The Technical University of Lodz, Medical University of Lodz, Lodz Regional Development Agency, The City of Lodz Office, Institute of Industrial Organic Chemistry (IPO) Branch Pszczyna, Polpharma S.A., Selvita Sp. z o.o
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