BioWednesday Webinar: What’s the Best use of Carbon in the Life Science Sector?

Wednesday 2 March - 17.00-18.00 hrs

****Registration for this event is now closed, if you would like to join this event please email before 4pm on Tuesday March 2nd, after 4pm please email ****


As this is part of our Building Life Science Adventures 2022 Conference (BLSA), this BioWednesday is free to attend for everyone on this occasion.


If you wish to register for both BLSA on Tuesday 1 March - Wednesday 2 March, 08:30 – 16:30 and the BioWednesday on Wednesday 2 March 17:00 – 18:00, then please click here.  If you would like to attend the BioWednesday only and not BLSA, please register below.


BioWednesday Webinar: What’s the Best use of Carbon in the Life Science Sector?


Like all sectors, the Life Sciences industry has to balance the carbon footprint cost of its activity with the necessary R&D, corporate, manufacturing and distribution processes required to deliver better patient outcomes globally.  


With many factors contributing to a Life Science cluster’s carbon footprint and its mitigation, the panel will discuss how the available resources can be deployed to enable the biggest returns for the carbon used in terms of global health challenges, the environment and stakeholders.


Karen Taylor, Head of the Centre for Health Solutions, Deloitte (Moderator)
Jason Snape, Global Head of Environmental Protection, AstraZeneca
Joanne Durgan, Reseach Scientist, The Babraham Institute & Climate Reality Leader, The Climate Reality Project
Ross Overman, Principal Scientist, Leaf Expression Systems
Yoko Shibata, Senior Scientist and Biological Safety Officer, PetMedix & Climate Reality Leader, Climate Reality Project
James Connelly, CEO, My Green Lab

This event is free to attend and open to all.



March 2nd, 2022 from  5:00 PM to  6:00 PM
ONLINE - webinar details will be sent to all delegates closer to the date of the event
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
United Kingdom
Phone: 01223 896450
Phone: 01223 896456