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Lab-on-a-Chip European Congress

10 Mar 2014 - 11 Mar 2014 - Berlin, Germany



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This congress will bring together leaders from both academia and industry to discuss innovative developments in this exciting field. Attention will also be given to some of the many applications of Labs-on-Chips, from the enhancement of life science research, to taking diagnostics to the point of need. Overall this track will provide an excellent snapshot of this rapidly growing field.

Agenda Topics:
•    Diagnostics and Medical Applications
•    Droplet-based Microfluidics
•    Market Orientated Device Development
•    Nanotech-on-a-Chip
•    Optofluidics
•    Point-of-care Devices and Diagnostics
•    Single Cell Analysis

Planned round table discussions on key areas are sure to energize the participants in defining the Lab-on-a-Chip landscape. Open to all conference and exhibition attendees, these discussions will provide an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas and network.    

Reasons to attend:
•    Exchange ideas and expand your network with leading professionals in this field
•    This conference will bring together top international scientists and clinicians presenting cutting-edge discoveries
•    The latest Lab-on-a-Chip technologies and applications will be presented
•    Up-to-date research in the fields of Optofluidics and Nanotechnology
•    The conference will feature an extensive exhibition and poster session
•    Round table discussions open to all attendees will engage networking and discussion

The conference will be co-located with Advances in Biodetection & Biosensors, Single Cell Analysis Europe and Advances in Microarray Technology . Registered delegates will have unrestricted access to all co-located meetings ensuring a comprehensive learning and sharing experience, as well as being financially beneficial for attendees. Running alongside Lab-on-a-Chip European Congress will be an exhibition covering the latest technological advances and associated services within these fields.



Poster Submission Deadline is 10 February 2014



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