Symposium at Engelsberg Ironworks

The Future of Life Science 2024, May 23-24 
Creeping Crises - Health, Science and Policies

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The Future of Life Science is a series of annual symposia, bringing together experts from different fields to explore how the latest breakthroughs in life science affect us as individuals, our society and health care today and tomorrow.

Since 2017, five symposia have been held at the Engelsberg Ironworks – a unique UNESCO World Heritage site built in the 17th century. In this beautiful setting, the invited participants have contributed to thoughtful and enlightening discussions about current advancements in life science, technology and healthcare.  

Don’t miss the opportunity to join the upcoming symposium on May 23-24, 2024 and take part in an exploration that will revolve around creeping crises related to health and how research and development within life science can help us handle such crises. 

Please note that this is an invite-only symposium, if you would like to join and have not received an invite, please contact Ylva Williams, CEO of Stockholm Science City, at

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