Sep 29, 2016 · 5:30 p.m.– 7:30 p.m. · Pepper Hamilton LLP, The New York Times Building, 620 8th Ave.,37th floor,New York,NY 10018
From private placements to public offerings to strategic alliances, life sciences companies have myriad possibilities for funding future growth. But which course is the best course, and what should companies consider when pursuing a particular deal? This discussion, moderated by Pepper attorneys Merrill M. Kraines and David M. Santangelo, along with EisnerAmper partner John Pennett, will examine the latest trends in life sciences financing and present the perspectives of both investors and life sciences companies. Our panelists, Eric Cheng, Senior Managing Director, Head of Healthcare Investment Banking and Ritesh Veera, Managing Director, Investment Banking at Maxim, and Alan Roemer, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development at Roivant Sciences will discuss:
• State of the life sciences capital markets
• Types and stages of companies currently attractive to investors
• Valuations and size of transactions
• Accessing public markets
• Private placements, IPOs and uplistings
• Financing alternatives
• Company perspectives on accessing capital
Sep 30, 2016 · 8:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. · Renaissance-Woodbridge Hotel,1515 US Route 1, Iselin NJ
Our fourth annual conference on dermatology is planned for Thursday and Friday, September 29-30, 2016 at the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel in Iselin, NJ. The theme of this year's conference will be Drug Delivery of Actives to the Skin.
Sep 30, 2016 · 8:30 a.m.– 1:30 p.m. · 675 US Highway One, North Brunswick, NJ, 08902
CCIT is one of the more significant incubation facilities in the nation dedicated to life sciences and biotechnology companies. CCIT is located at the Technology Centre of New Jersey, a 75 acre life sciences research park in the heart of NJ's Research Corridor in North Brunswick, NJ.
Oct 3, 2016 · 8:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. · CUNY Advanced Science Center, 85 St. Nicholas Terrace New York,NY 10031
Every day we experience challenges and risks in our environment from human activities that release volatile and often harmful, dangerous, or toxic compounds into the air we breathe. These releases can occur as transient events at sufficient concentrations to have catastrophic consequences, e.g., natural gas leaks from aging utility distribution infrastructure, or over the longer-term at low levels and sometimes with compounds providing evidence of nefarious activities, e.g. radio-isotopes in nuclear security.
Optical monitoring using mid-infrared sources offers exciting new opportunities for long-term, real-time monitoring, which in combination with a broader spectrum of optical techniques can provide reliable, robust, mobile and cost-effective air quality monitoring solutions for improved safety and security.
MIRTHE+ Symposium on Regional Air Quality Monitoring in Safety and Security Applications engages researchers, companies, practitioners, policy makers, regulators and other stakeholders to determine optimal requirements for development of new optical sensor systems and platform, and strategies for wide-scale, long-term deployment.
Oct 24, 2016 · 9:00 a.m.– 4:30 p.m. · Renaissance-Woodbridge Hotel,1515 US Route 1, Iselin NJ
Join this unique conference for scientists, engineers, and clinicians, exploring Today’s Challenges and Innovations in Biomaterials Science.
We are now accepting abstracts for presentations and posters describing significant research in the design and optimization of innovative biomaterials and their applications in regenerative medicine, tissue engineering, control of stem cell functions, drug delivery, and the biomanufacturing of cells and tissues for clinical use. Plenary talks by leading experts will frame sessions featuring talks and posters selected from submitted abstracts.
Nov 11, 2016 · 8:00 a.m.– 6:30 p.m. · Princeton University Andlinger Center
his event aims to catalyze the exchange of ideas and spark future collaborations by bringing together corporate leaders and researchers, policy experts, faculty, students, and postdocs for a day of talks, including panel discussions on the energy-water nexus and the role of behavioral science in environmental policy, faculty research presentations, and a student poster session.