BIOTECHNOLOGY & LIFE SCIENCES
Why Meet in Madison?
Your attendees want to be inspired. They want a host city that shares their passion for biotechnology and life sciences.
They'll love Madison.
Enter the epicenter of innovation. A top-notch city for top tech talent.
Ground breaking research is a regular from world-class universities. Boundary-pushing businesses build the future.
Spark imagination. Meet in Madison.
Peers Who Brought Their Meetings Here
- American Society for Virology
- Cognitive Science Society
- UW Health Public Affairs
Number of Speakers
UW-Madison features 40 expert speakers in the health, nutrition and biotechnology industries. For a full list, and to request a speaker, visit Badger Talks.
- Nobel Prize geneticist Joshua Lederberg discovered sexual reproduction of bacteria
- Nobel Prize winning biochemist Har Gobind Khorana synthesized first gene
- Biochemist Harry Steenbock spurred the solution to rickets by biofortifying food
- Geneticist Fred Blattner deepened understanding of lethal strains of E. coli
- Microbiologist Jo Handelsman pioneered the field of metagenomics
- World's first laboratory-drived human embryonic stem cells
- Development of stool-based DNA test Cologuard, a revolutionary resource in cancer detection
- Top 5 university in research spend
- Top 9 metro in bioscience jobs, investments and innovations – Batelle/BIO Report
- $500 million – annual spend on biotech and life sciences research at UW-Madison
- More than 10,000 employees in the biotech and life sciences industry
- #25 Top 50 Cities for Tech Talent - CBRE
- Exact Sciences
- Thermo Fisher Scientific
- Pharmaceutical Product Development
- GE Healthcare
- Cellular Dynamics
- Aarowheat Pharmaceuticals
Building the Future of the Industry
Approximately 9,000 industry-related degrees per year in the region
Madison Region Economic Partnership
Top 50 Cities for Tech Talent
Interested in learning more about how Madison's intellectual capital will add value to your meeting? Contact the Destination Madison sales team.