Reasons to attend

Biosensors 2020 is the one event in the international biosensors calendar that you cannot afford to miss. Here are the main reasons why…

  1. It’s the major biosensors event in the world
    The biennial Biosensors World Congress is the leading event in the international biosensors calendar. 30 years on from the inaugural event held in Singapore the event regularly attracts more than 1000 international delegates.
  2. Hear from top keynote speakers
    The Congress brings together the leading international experts in the field and our 30th Anniversary Congress is no exception – view our plenary speakers.
  3. Present your latest research as an oral or poster presentation
    The highest quality abstracts will be awarded a keynote slot in the program and have a free registration to the congress. Submit abstracts here.
  4. It's a great place to network
    Biosensors 2020 is a truly international melting pot of expertise, developments, research and commercial opportunity – attracting attendees from both the academic and commercial sectors for maximum knowledge exchange.
  5. Access hundreds of new research ideas
    Get ideas from the latest research covering all aspects of biosensors and bioelectronics - from all around the world.
  6. Gain an insight into commercial opportunities
    Gain insight into commercial opportunities, manufacturing and marketing: a dedicated stream looks at these topics and contributions from commercial organizations are actively sought.
  7. Browse the exhibition
    See where the latest technology is heading and meet with representatives of our exhibiting companies at the onsite exhibition – only open to congress delegates.
  8. Enjoy the fantastic location
    Experience all that Busan has to offer. Easily accessible and situated between the mountains and the sea, it offers an abundance of exotic temples, hot springs, UNESCO world heritage sites.
  9. Benefit from the knowledge and connections of the key players in the field
    Organized by Elsevier’s Biosensors & Bioelectronics – the leading journal in the field and chaired by Professor Anthony Turner of Linkoping University, the congress regularly attracts all the key players and provides authoritative peer review of submitted contributions.
  10. It’s the largest congress in the field
    As the market for biosensors continues to grow so does our Congress attendance. Attracting in excess of 1100 attendees this congress offers delegates the best insight into new research and growing markets alongside a fantastic opportunity to meet with hundreds of old friends and new acquaintances.