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Cell Culture

03 Jul 2013 - 04 Jul 2013 - London, UK

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SMi are pleased to announce their inaugural Cell-Culture conference taking place on the 3 & 4 July 2013 in London. The conference will feature an international expert speaking faculty discussing the latest developments in cell culture techniques from industry experts in the absolute cutting edge of their field.

Cell Culture is set to see huge increases in growth down to new techniques such as 3D cell culture moving to the fore. An industry set to be worth £4.5 billion driven by advances in pharma and biotech, working in collaboration with academia to provide some of the most important Cell-Culture methods for some time.


• Focus with a range of leading speakers on 3D cell culture; learn how this method is revolutionising the field

• Hear about the latest techniques, technologies and methods being utilised in Cell-Culture

• Discover case studies on novel culture methods being developed on the International Space Station

• Explore new target identification and how to get your results earlier

• Learn from a wide array of international industry specialists


Timothy Hammond, M.B.B.S, Durham Veterans Medical Centre (Principle Investigator - NASA)

Katharine Cain, Senior Scientist, UCB

Anthony Davies, Director of the High Content Facility, Trinity College Dublin

Berthold Boedeker, Chief Scientist, Bayer

Kalpana Nayyar, Scientist I, MedImmune

Plus a Interactive Half-Day Pre-Conference Workshops on Tuesday 2nd July 2013 in London

Overcoming the challenges of moving from 2D to 3D Cell based assays 

in an HCS and HTS environment

Workshop Leader: Anthony Davies, Director, High Content

Book your place today:

Alternatively, contact Fateja Begum on tel: +44 (0)20 7827 6184 or email her on

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