BIO DIGITAL 2021

Like last year, this year the BIO International Convention is being in digital format. This event, one of the most important in the world in terms of Biotech, has been taking place since last Thursday, June 10.

Organized by the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), the virtual gathering of the global biotech industry provides access to key partners via BIO One-on-One Partnering, educational resources to help drive your business, and the insights you need to continue critical research and development.

Poster BIO digital 2021

Although this year, this great congress is held digitally and not in person, the 3DforScience team is present to help and collaborate with all the companies that wish to enhance their marketing and scientific communications in this biotechnology events.

With over 50 interactive sessions, we connect with our partners with the newest advancements from a variety of therapeutic areas, business development, digital health, patient advocacy, public policy, the next generation of biotherapeutics, and the latest updates from industry experts on COVID-19 and the vaccine.

If you wish to improve your communication during these times, our team will be glad to set a conference with you to show the multiple solutions we have. We will be glad to help you find the best combination of experiences, content, and channels that suits your goals.

3DforScience – Visuals for Bio&Health in the BIO DIGITAL

3DforScience is a scientific communication company for the Life Science sector. Our mission is to provide visual solutions through 3D animation videos, virtual reality (VR), and interactive content to enhance healthcare communications.

We are focused on helping companies within the Life Science sector offering services, allowing them to explain technologies, research, or new therapies and transmit them them innovatively and visually.

Would you like to bring your scientific messaging to life? Contact us. We would be pleased to provide you with a unique creation.

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN SCIENTIFIC ANIMATION AND COMMUNICATION?

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