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08 Oct 2013 - 10 Oct 2013 - Hannover, Germany

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Biotechnica2013_banner.gifBIOTECHNICA – Europe’s leading trade fair for biotechnology, the life sciences and laboratory equipment – opens its doors from 8 to 10 October 2013 in Hannover.

Major display categories include bio-process technology, bio-analysis and bioinformatics, as well as biotechnological applications in pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, biomedicine, food, agriculture, industrial production and environmental technology. In a series of themed “marketplaces” focusing on industrial biotechnology, food biotechnology, bio-services and personalized medicine,

BIOTECHNICA explores the key trends currently shaping the industry. Forums, joint displays and the stands of individual exhibitors within these special core areas help trade visitors in their search for new business contacts. The conference and supporting program covers a broad range of topics embracing science, industry, the service sector and politics.

BIOTECHNICA is also an efficient platform for networking – for example bringing new companies and start-ups together with next-generation experts.

For the first time in its history BIOTECHNICA will feature a Partner Country. Switzerland, a leader in the biotechnology market, will be a major theme throughout the trade fair, with Swiss exhibitors presenting a broad range of services in biotechnology, the life sciences and laboratory equipment.

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