Mon, 14 Jun 2021

Canada Represents Largest International Delegation at BIO DIGITAL 2021 Signaling New Era for Biotech Sector

BOSTON - June 8, 2021 - On the heels of an unprecedented year for the life sciences industry globally, Canada is sending its largest international delegation to the 2021 BIO Digital International Convention. Covid-19 has put this industry in the spotlight and Canada has risen to the occasion with key breakthroughs including cell therapy advances, antibody development and artificial intelligence use for drug discovery. Investment from both the government and public/private sector coupled with a robust biotech ecosystem and initiatives to create a welcoming regulatory environment have led to Canada's rapid rise as one of the world's most thriving regions for life science companies. The companies participating at BIO Digital's Canadian Pavilion demonstrate the rich heritage Canada has in this industry as well as the strength and diversity of the country's life science ecosystem.

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Key Takeaways:

  • Breakthroughs in cell therapy advances, antibody development and artificial intelligence for drug discovery are propelling the momentum of Canada's life sciences sector.
  • The BIO Digital's Canadian Pavilion illustrates the rich heritage Canada has in this industry as well as the strength and diversity of the country's life science ecosystem.
  • Globalization in the health science community has allowed areas outside of typical life science hubs to thrive.

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The Consulate General of Canada in Boston includes representatives from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, which is focused on helping Canadian businesses grow by connecting them with funding, support programs and international opportunities. The team of industry specialists work with businesses in New England by making connections to Canada, driving value and innovation to the region.

Contacts:

Rebecca Renner

4196027595

rebecca@wiredislandpr.com

Source: The Consulate General of Canada in Boston

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