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BioCap Conference 2022

September 2022

Event date: 22nd September 2022

HGF is a gold sponsor at the BioCap Conference 2022.

The conference will be held on Thursday 22 September at the Alderley Park Conference Centre. It connects life sciences businesses, researchers and investors. The conference will look into navigating the life sciences funding landscape and identifying the life science investment opportunities that will advance and support businesses.

HGF Partners Dr Andrew Wells, Janet Knowles, Dr Bal Matharu and Patent Director Ellie Purnell will be attending.

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