Biotech Networks is pleased to hold our first event in Seattle! Seattle is home to The Allen Institute, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, the University of Washington, and several world-class biopharma companies. Being in a major epicenter of tech, with Amazon and Microsoft headquarters nearby, Seattle Biotech is also becoming renowned for advances in artificial intelligence.
We’re bringing our patent-pending Scientific Speed Networking to this Pacific Northwest city and inviting life science professionals from Washington State and Oregon as well. We’ve chosen the Optimism Brewery (to be renamed Stoup in late August) near South Lake Union/Capitol Hill, an area that’s home to several biopharma companies and convenient to life science institutions. We also welcome life science professionals in Washington and Oregon to join us, we’ve definitely had folks drive for hours to attend our Scientific Speed Networking events as they’re so unique an valuable. For $35 (see below about volunteering if you’re on a budget), attendees will be served a casual dinner, get a drink ticket, and we’ll use our patent-pending techniques that make building your network easy. Click here to register.
We are pleased to partner with local organizations for this event and urge you to check them out below. If your STEM organization (e.g. grad students/postdocs, diversity and inclusion) would like to partner, we can offer you perks such as complimentary tickets in exchange for promoting the event to your group, contact us.
- Seattle BioTech & Bagels Morning Meetup
- University of Washington GSEE: Graduate Student Equity & Excellence
- Women in BIO Seattle
- Science in Seattle
Premier Event Sponsors
Premier Genomics Networking Sponsor: Complete Genomics
Complete Genomics is a pioneering life sciences company, founded in 2005, offering a comprehensive portfolio including sample extraction, library preparation, lab automation, and sequencing platforms. Our mission is to drive genomics forward with complete sequencing solutions that improve lives and has published +4,000 publications across a wide array of applications. Our latest DNBSEQ-G99 is the fastest genetic sequencer ever created—offering 80M reads per flow cell and generating 48Gb of data in 12 hours, breaking the barriers in sequencing speed. Learn more at www.completegenomics.com
Premier Career Development Sponsor: NanoString
We strive to create end-to-end solutions that are simpler, easier, faster and more relevant to today’s life science challenges. As the pioneer in the field of spatial biology, NanoString enables scientists across the globe to envision molecular interactions in three dimensions with three different systems, the nCounter® Analysis System, the GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler (DSP) and the CosMx™ Spatial Molecular Imager (SMI) platform.
The secret sauce to the company’s success is our people, who are committed to excellence and dedicated to catalyzing the next biological revolution. Collectively, we live our corporate values of ambition, grit, ingenuity, authenticity, and customers every day…and never stop asking “What if?”
Premier Drug Discovery Networking Sponsor: GeneMod
Based in Seattle, Genemod is reshaping the way biopharma research is done. At the heart of our platform is a top-notch LIMS system that simplifies R&D tasks, from inventory tracking to data logging. But what really gets researchers excited is our AI-powered electronic lab notebook. It’s like having a smart assistant in the lab, helping to organize experiments digitally and offering predictive insights. With big names like Merck and AstraZeneca trusting our tools, we’re not just about tech – we’re about making science smoother and more collaborative for everyone. Learn more at genemod.net
Who: Life science researchers and biotech professionals in the Seattle, Washington area
What: Biotech Networks Speed Networking: Seattle
When: Wednesday September 6th 2023 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Cost: $35*, includes casual dinner, drink ticket, Scientific Speed Networking™
Where: Optimism/Stoup Brewing (renaming late August), 1158 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122 (map link). Parking Tips.
*Want to attend on a budget? Volunteer! We always need help at the beginning of the event. You’ll meet even more attendees, get a free T-shirt, and still be able to participate in Scientific Speed Networking, contact us to sign up.