Jun. 30, 2011
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ELA 2011 - European Laboratory Automation Congress

June 30th - July 1st 2011 will see the inaugural European Laboratory Automation Congress, to be held in the German city of Hamburg. The conference, which is the first of its kind to be held in Europe, will offer delegates the chance to sample the latest automation products for life science from over 120 of the world‘s leading equipment vendors.

Automation has grown exponentially over the last 15 years into a vital component for effective life science research, providing increased throughput and higher data quality. The event supported by the German and UK ELRIG societies, as well as German life science biotech clusters, will provide a collaborative environment for those working in life science automation to network and share ideas on how to extend and develop the use of automation in the future. Running alongside the exhibition will be 10 distinct conference tracks with over 150 scientific presentations, ranging from compound management in screening to effective tissue and cell biobanking.

There is also a variety of workshops, market tutorials and training courses being held throughout the course of the event.

Technical Conference Program:
Advances in BioDetection & Biosensors
Advances in Microarray Technology
Advances in Protein Crystallography
Advances in Separation Technology
AgriGenomics Congress
Lab-on-a-Chip European Congress
Next-Gen Sequencing Europe
Screening Europe - HTS & Compound Management
Screening Europe - HCS & Assays
World Biobanking Summit



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