Ticket info

Amounts excl. VAT. Amounts in EUR updated in October 2018.

All tickets Incl. coffee/tea and lunch

Full Attendance (both days):

Early Bird registration

until midnight May 28th

NOK 3.700,-

(approx. EUR 390)

Late Registration

May 29th - June 16th

NOK 4.700,-

(approx. EUR 500)

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On-Site Registration

17th June

NOK 5.300,-

(approx. EUR 560)

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One-Day Pass:

Early Bird registration

until midnight May 28th

NOK 1.900,-

(approx. EUR 200)

Late Registration

May 29th - June 16th

NOK 2.600,-

(approx. EUR 275)

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On-Site Registration

17th June

NOK 3.050,-

(approx. EUR 325)

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Student Prices

Student Full participant

Early Bird registration

until midnight May 28th

NOK 960

(approx. EUR 100)

Late Registration

May 29th - June 16th

NOK 1.200

(approx. EUR 125)

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On-Site Registration

17th June

NOK 1.360

(approx. EUR 145)

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Student Daily Participant

Early Bird registration

until midnight May 28th

NOK 520

(approx. EUR 55)

Late Registration

May 29th - June 16th

NOK 680

(approx. EUR 70)

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On-Site Registration

17th June

NOK 680

(approx. EUR 70)

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Amounts excl. VAT. Amounts in EUR updated in October 2018.

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About Norwegian health tech

Artificial Intelligence

Norway has one of the strongest and most admired health-related personal data registries and is a unique location for development of machine learning and artificial intelligence applications for the healthcare sector.

Rapid Growth and solid revenues

Value creation in the Norwegian life science industry doubled over ten years, reaching 50 billion NOK in 2014, and continues to grow rapidly. Seven of ten companies have launched new products during the last three years, and report 30% percent of revenues from these products.

Massive R&D spend

Norwegian technology and capital – traditionally channeled into the oil and gas industry – is increasingly seeking opportunities in the fast-growing life science sector. Norway’s annual spending on R&D in healthcare exceeds 1 billion euro.

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