Celon Pharma representatives are taking part in the StarShip conference which takes place between 7 and 11 of May in Łódz.
The purpose of the meeting is to inspire young people from all over Europe to take business and scientific initiatives in the field of Research and Development and in innovative branches of the economy.
Maciej Wieczorek, CEO of Celon Pharma S.A.: We want to show young people the important role innovations play in drug development, make them curious about the biopharmaceutical industry and present a fascinating area of our activity, where science and business achieve a difficult but very desirable synergy which can change the quality of life of thousands of people and find an answer to unmet medical needs.
StarShip is EIT Health’ educational initiative which was created in cooperation with key Europen business and institutional partners, most notable of which are University of Coimbra, IESE Business School, the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Instituto Pedro Nunes.
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) is the European Union's agenda supporting the cooperation of enterprises, the education sector and research centres, which aims to create a favourable environment for innovation and entrepreneurship in Europe. Celon Pharma S.A. has been a member of the EIT since 2017.