WTC Halifax releases new case study on Biomag 2014

Nov 21, 2014


HALIFAX, CANADA – WTC Halifax released a case study on the 19th International Conference on Biomagnetism (Biomag) highlighting how the conference helped to showcase the region’s thriving life sciences sector to the world when it came to town this past August.

Biomag is the world’s premier conference on biomagnetism – neuroscience and mapping of the brain –that connects local researchers, clinicians, and industry colleagues with their global counterparts to share the latest innovations and foster collaboration.

Halifax has many qualities that make it an attractive host city for a conference of this calibre. The local sector is home to sophisticated medical equipment, top-ranked post-secondary institutions and a lucrative research and development environment. Furthermore, Halifax has one of the largest concentrations of health care facilities and specialists in Canada.

Read the full case study to learn more about why Biomag 2014 chose Halifax.

For more information, visit www.wtcchalifax.com. For more information on this article, please contact Sadie Toulany, WTC Halifax, at sadie@tclns.com.