The fourth annual Bio-Entrepreneur School is taking place at Biocity Nottingham on the 10-12 March 2010.
There are 20 fully funded places available, which will be selected from the best applications received by 11 December 2009, while a further 10 partially funded places will given to priority applications.
Corporate places are also available.
The School, now in its 4th year is delivered by a partnership between Biocity Nottingham and QED Consulting.
It is open to anyone wanting to develop an entrepreneurial career in the commercialisation of bioscience.
It is especially suited to recent graduates, post-docs and academic researchers.
Bio-entrepreneurs should be planning to commercialise a particular science or idea, just starting a business in the sector, or wanting to learn how to turn science into commercial technologies.
'The school supports people's goals by taking them through an intense three-day programme, developing the business skills and confidence to help them reach their potential in this expanding sector,' said Nick Gostick, Biocity incubation manager.
The Bio-Entrepreneur School is sponsored by a number of organisations with an interest in developing the bioscience sector.
A new sponsor this year is healthcare business Astrazeneca, which joins another senior sponsor Nottingham City Council.
Other sponsors include Adamson Jones, Connect Midlands and UK Trade and Investment.
Full information and application details for the school are available on the Bio-Entrepreneur website.