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Quebec: Building a Sustainable Legacy in Wood

Quebec’s forestry is both extremely beautiful, especially in Autumn, and also a major resource and industry for the region. Now the province is building on sector innovation to host Woodrise 2019, the second world congress on midrise and tall wood buildings. The event should attract over 1,000 international construction professionals. From AMI Intellectual Capitals…

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Brisbane Trailblazers Secure Peptide Symposium

Brisbane’s pioneering work in peptide science, an important field for future drug research, has seen it secure the International Peptide Symposium in 2021. More than 600 researchers in the field from around the globe are expected to attend the five-day meeting at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. From AMI Intellectual Capitals…

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Destination DC’s Elliott Ferguson Unveils Overseas Strategy

Elliott Ferguson, President and CEO of Destination DC (as well as the new National chair of the US Travel Association), has been speaking about his city’s future strategy and new developments. Washington DC is the US number one spot for international association meetings, according to the last ICCA Statistics Report. From Meetings & Incentive Travel…

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Washington DC: Capital Sustainability

Washington DC has staked its claim as a leader in sustainability, passing the most aggressive, fastest-acting climate change legislation in the United States. Destination DC, the district’s destination marketing organisation, is pitching for more meetings within the sector off the back of these strengths. From AMI Intellectual Capitals…

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Three New Hubs for US (and Congress) Capital

Washington DC is to focus on three new knowledge hubs for its 2019 marketing in an effort to remain number one congress destination in the USA. Transport, government advocacy and sustainability are the three new attractions to tempt international associations, as well as existing hubs of biotech / pharma, education and technology. From Association Meetings International…

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Jerusalem: “One Hub Nourishes the Other”

Building on a strong backbone of 17 academic institutions, Jerusalem has emerged as a hub for life science and biomedical companies. The holy city is today making groundbreaking achievements which attract the attention of associations around the globe, not least of which is playing a leading role across global research into cannabis. From Boardroom…

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Maastricht: Three Conferences Create New Biomaterials Hub

Maastricht has emerged as a new bio-hub, with the Netherlands city hosting three major conferences for the sector. MECC Maastricht recently welcomed the annual European Conference on Biomaterials. The European Congress on Biotechnology follows in 2020, then the Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics in 2021. Photo: Jorge Franganillo. From AMI Intellectual Capitals…

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Life Science and Biotech Meetings Cross-Pollinate in Aberdeen

Cross-pollination is a great wonder of biology. At the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre next month major bio conferences have co-located to benefit from the interactions that occur across disciplines. Natural product biotechnology conference ICNPB takes place immediately ahead of the three-day joint ICMAN / IUPHAR meeting (nutraceuticals / natural products). From Association Meetings International…

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