SciBiz Conference will host the 22nd edition of the Triple Helix Conference  

| 14 Mar 2024

In 2024, the SciBiz Conference, the largest conference connecting science and business in Latin America, will hold its 7th edition and will be the venue for the Triple Helix Association Conference (THA), a reference in knowledge related to networking and interaction between Academia, Industry and Government.  The SciBiz Conference, which will take place between 17 and 21 June at the University of São Paulo’s spaces: INOVA USP and CDI (International Diffusion Centre), is an initiative of FEAUSP, USP’s business school of USP, and AUSPIN (USP Innovation Agency).   

The Triple Helix Association aims to promote and publicise the scientific results generated by the interaction between academia, industry and government, reinforcing research and innovation worldwide. This year’s conference will take place between 19 and 21 June at FEAUSP, with the theme “Triple Helix and Impact Innovation: Connecting Smart Talent and Disruptive Technologies for a Better Tomorrow”. 

Those interested in taking part can submit abstracts of their work until April 1st via the organization’s website, available at:  

In addition to the Triple Helix Conference, the SciBiz Conference will be an environment full of stimulating talks, practical workshops and panel discussions with renowned industry experts. The event will feature more than 120 hours of content, as well as pitches and startups presentations, with more than 200 companies involved and the presence of 50 investors.    

The SciBiz Conference is an event where executives, startups, scientists, investors, students and governments come together to share knowledge, create solutions and generate business opportunities for the real challenges facing society and the market. The conference is part of SciBiz’s mission to integrate researchers, entrepreneurs and investors in order to accelerate and scale the process of transforming invention into innovation.  

Find out more about the event on the organization’s website: