3 days in-person. 3 days virtually.
October 24–26, 2022 | Leipzig, Germany,
November 2–4, 2022 | Virtual
Evening Networking Receptions
Sunday , November 10: Curio-Haus
Curio-Haus | Rothenbaumchaussee 1 | 20148 Hamburg
The CURIO-HAUS was built in 1911 in Rotherbaum, one of the most beautiful districts in Hamburg. and was named after the German pedagogue and publicist Johann Carl Daniel Curio. During the 1920s, Hamburg-based artists celebrated annual carnival celebrations in the Curio-Haus. Fortunately, the house was spared from bomb damage during the second world war, and served as a courtroom for war criminal tribunals and then a university cafeteria. In 1997, it was restored to its historical state and has been used as an event location ever since.
All BIO-Europe attendees are cordially invited to join us for the welcome reception. You will be able to pick up your name badge at the welcome reception between 19:00–21:00.
Sunday, November 10, 2019, 19:00–21:00
Hosted by: Life Science Nord & Hamburg Ministry of Economy, Transport and Innovation
Monday, November 11: Die Kuppel
Die Kuppel | Luruper Chaussee 30 | 22761 Hamburg, Germany
Dive into a sphere where everything is possible! The creative powerhouse MIGNON built the venue “Kuppel Hamburg” as a pop-up hub for innovation and culture. Embedded among over 100 shipping containers and the local horse racetrack, four majestic temporary halls provide over 4,500 square meters of super flexible event space. Opened in 2017, the “Kuppel Hamburg” is not only Hamburg’s newest location for large scale events but also frequently used by startups and culture initiatives to present the spirit of Hamburg with a twinkle in the eye vividly to visitors from around the world.
Monday, November 11, 2019, 19:00–22:00
Hosted by: Life Science Nord, Eppendorf, Evotec, Indivumed, Nordmark
Tuesday, November 12: Schuppen 52
Schuppen 52 | Australiastraße 52B | 20457 Hamburg
This 120-year-old Central Train Workshop with floor-to-ceiling windows and a roof structure made of wood and glass creates an atmosphere filled with natural light and impressive architecture. The rustic 9,000 m2 hall has access to a magnificent garden with pavilions and an antique ticket booth. The central workshop carried out extensive inspections of the many steam locomotives serving Copenhagen, sometimes taking eight months to inspect all the components.
Tuesday, November 6, 2018, 19:00–23:00