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European Lab Automation 2014

13 May 2014 - 15 May 2014 - Barcelona, Spain



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SELECTBIO is pleased to announce the 4th annual European Lab Automation Exhibition, which will be held in parallel alongside Advances in NGS & Big Data, High Content Analysis, Advances in Automation & Robotics, Advances in qPCR & dPCR and Advances in Cellular Assays & Cell Culture. Building on the success of the previous years. An exhibition of  the industry’s leading solution providers will showcase current technologies and services.

Catalan Experience – European Lab Automation and the Life Science Awards, Barcelona.

17:00-20:00 Tuesday, 13th May 2014

Join us at the Opening Reception for this year’s ELA - European Lab Automation, incorporating the bi-annual Life Science Awards.

The opening reception for this year’s European Lab Automation, exhibition, enables you to engage with this year’s sponsors and exhibitors without the pressures of getting back to the conference sessions, whilst also being an enjoyable way to experience the culinary and cultural highlights of Barcelona and the Catalonia region.

We are pleased to incorporate this year’s Life Science Awards into the event with the awards ceremony beginning at 18:00 in the workshop presentation area of the exhibition hall. Entries can be made at www.LifeScienceAwards.com with a range of categories open to research teams, individuals or companies from 2nd September onwards.

The conference sessions begin on at 08:30 on Wednesday 14th May running through to 18:00 on Thursday 15th May.

Entrance is free of charge to all registered attendees, so don’t miss out on an integral part of this year’s ELA.



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