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In the future...

how will we thrive?

Events at a glance

In January, the UK Pavilion will look at how technology is transforming healthcare and whether universal health is possible for all. 

Healthcare and Life Sciences are going through unprecedented innovation and change. New technologies, big data and personalised healthcare mark a shift from managing disease to maintaining health.  DNA can be ‘edited’ to remove a disease; surgeons can practice procedures on 3D printed models and drones can collect blood samples from residents in rural villages. We will bring together healthcare experts to explore the impact of ongoing innovation in our global systems and whether we can help people to live longer, healthier and happier lives. 

Topics that will be covered include:

  • Technology and precision medicine. 

  • Remote healthcare and wearable technologies 

  • Satellite technology and the use of data. 

  • The growth of gene and cell therapies. 

  • Global pandemic response  

Global questions our programme will explore include: 

  •  How can technology deliver better healthcare outcomes in future? 

  • What are the legal and ethical challenges of future healthcare? 

  • How long can we expect to live? 

  • What will the operating theatre of the future look like? 


Exhibits, displays and digital content will bring to life the UK healthcare and biotech industries for visitors to see the future of the sector.


Panel sessions will bring together thought leaders and industry icons to explore how healthcare and life sciences will develop over time.


We will share stimulating insights from inspirational leaders from the healthcare and biotech sectors, giving us different perspectives of medicines and healthcare that will continue to save our lives.


Hear from a selection of high-profile sector commentators and influencers discussing how the UK’s healthcare and biotech improves lives around the world.


Student workshops will show visitors the benefits of studying healthcare and life sciences in the UK.