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European Lab Automation 2013 - ELA

06 Jun 2013 - 07 Jun 2013 - Hamburg, Germany



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Welcome to European Lab Automation congress and exhibition, Europe's largest event dedicated to automation within life science.

Offering over 75 scientific presentations across 5 different conference streams, linked with an exhibition containing more than 100 equipment vendors, ELA aims to highlight and showcase the latest in automated instruments and workflows.

Life science researchers and professionals are presented with an unparalleled opportunity to foster technological discussions and scientific collaboration.

Registration for ELA 2012 is now open, with all conference delegates having the opportunity to attend all 5 conference streams:

- Biobanking; Preparation, Storage & Analysis

- Chemistry Automation & Liquid Handling

- Drug Discovery Automation: High-content Screening & Cell Based Assays

- Nano & Microfluidics

- Next-Gen Sequencing



Poster Submission Deadline: 05 April 2013


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