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ARABLAB 2013

10 Mar 2013 - 13 Mar 2013 - Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Dubai



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ARABLAB is the only trade show for the Analytical Industry that reaches buyers from the growth markets such as the Middle East & Africa and the Indian Sub-Continent as well as China & Asia.

ARABLAB is the global buying source for tomorrow's decision reaching technology makers & end-users, as well as being a truly unique research source.

ARABLAB is the world’s leading buying and information source for :

•    Clinical Diagnostics
•    Environmental Sciences
•    Drug Discovery & Development
•    Forensics & Security
•    Biotechnology & Life Sciences
•    Energy & Petrochemicals
•    Agriculture & Food
•    Research & Development
•    Instrumentation
•    Nano Technology
•    Laboratory Technology
•    Measurement & Testing
•    Robotics & Automation

ARABLAB connects people from over 95 countries and showcases the very latest laboratory and instrumentation equipment from the world's leading manufacturers.

10,250+ visitors from 95+ countries meeting 750+ exhibitors doing 60% global business and 40% regional business.



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