Host: OpenZone spA
According to the latest Assobiotec-ENEA report, in Italy biotech is a meta sector that has more than 700 active companies with a total turnover of over 11 billion euros and which is already an engine of innovation for Life Sciences and the bioeconomy. , the sum of which is worth about 20% of the national GDP. A sector with great opportunities for growth and development, especially in a unique historical moment for the world of health, which will require an evolution of roles and skills to maximize the potential for impact. The talk will be an opportunity to dialogue with Professor Maggi on the importance of training for biotechnologists, and in general for STEM disciplines, and on the role that entrepreneurial education can have both in terms of employability perspectives and to enhance the better results of future research activities and business growth.