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SIM EXPO - Scientific Instrumentation - 2012

07 Nov 2012 - 09 Nov 2012 - Moscow, Russia



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International specialized exhibition " SIM EXPO - Scientific Instrumentation - 2012 "- the only exhibition in Russia, which has a 6-th year collects on a single venue exhibition participants - domestic and foreign manufacturers of scientific instruments in the various branches of science, professional academic, university, industry sectors Science, dealers and distributors, and representatives of small business innovation in science and technology, representatives of professional associations.

" SIM EXPO - Scientific Instrument "- a unique exhibition , enabling specialists to get acquainted with the latest scientific developments and technologies used in various fields of science in a single exhibition , allowing professionals to assess the entire spectrum produced by scientific instruments.

The exhibition was attended by leading local and foreign companies, enterprises and organizations - manufacturers of scientific instruments and equipment used for research in all areas of modern science, components and materials for the production and use of scientific instruments, as well as representative offices and authorized dealers of leading foreign companies.



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