Description

The last 25 years have witnessed the emergence of a vigorous Argentine bioindustry,  encouraged by supportive public policies in the regulatory, science and technology and financing areas. Argentina has modernized its regulations in seed biotechnology to significantly reduce times from submission to approval. This environment has encouraged investment, development and growth of the biotech industry, which now includes transgenic plants for agriculture, transgenic animals, novel biopharmaceuticals and biosimilars, food processing, forestry, inoculants, diagnostics, and animal health. The panel will address how Argentine regulations and public policies have been able to follow the pace of the biotechnological innovation while ensuring quality and safety of products. The panel will show how an enabling regulatory environment, appropriate public policies, skilled human resources and growing public and private investments contribute to the success of bio business in Argentina.

Confirmed Speakers:

The Hon. Lino Barañao, Minister of Science, Technology & Innovative Production;
Esteban Corley, Argentine Chamber of Biotechnology;
Federico Trucco, Argentine Chamber of Biotechnology;
Alberto Alvarez Saavedra, Argentine Chamber of Biotechnology;
Ernesto Felicio, CAEMe

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore how government policies and funding are creating biotech business opportunities in Argentina
  • Gain knowledge of the Argentine biotech regulatory environment
  • Become familiar with industry organizations, private investments and public-private partnerships in Argentina

Ability Level: All

Session ID: 1954

myBIO Chatter

Speakers (3)

contact_9632 Lino Barañao Minister of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation Mini
contact_9634 Esteban Corley Member of Argentine Chamber of Biotechnology
contact_9633 Federico Trucco Member of Argentine Chamber of Biotechnology

Moderators (1)

contact_9631 Alberto Alvarez Saavedra President of Argentine Chamber of Biotechnology