EALS – European Association for Life Sciences

City: Basel | Country: Switzerland | Branch: non-medical associations

The European Association for Life Sciences is a non-profit organisation founded in 2015 with the goal of nurturing Life Sciences research in Europe and to establish and maintain a world-leading scientific conference in Basel.

The general assembly consists of academic researchers, business leaders and policy-makers, as well as the Basel Congress Center and the Event Organizer Congrex Switzerland. The integration of individual participants into an association strengthens commitment and ensures continuity and responsibility.

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BASEL LIFE is Europe’s leading congress in the Life Sciences, showcasing cutting-edge science and technology.

BASEL LIFE is Europe’s leading congress in the Life Sciences, a showcase for the latest developments in science and technology.

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