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SLAS2013 – 2nd Annual Conference and Exhibition

12 Jan 2013 - 16 Jan 2013 - Orlando, Florida, USA



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Why should you take part in SLAS2013 – the 2nd Annual SLAS Conference and Exhibition? Because it’s where 4,500 of the best global laboratory science and technology minds -- innovative scientists, engineers, researchers and technologists from academic, government and commercial laboratories -- come together to learn, explore and gain repeatable inspiration from leaders in the field.  In addition to significant networking opportunities, you will have access to 130 outstanding podium presentations comprising 30 unique scientific sessions, over 300 posters and new and emerging technologies from 300+ exhibitors from around the world. SLAS2013 will inspire your scientific creativity long after you leave Orlando, Florida.

To learn more, visit SLAS2013.org.



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