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Robotics & Automation 2014

01 Jul 2014 - 01 Jul 2014 - Northampton, UK



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Robotics & Automation 2014 will be an opportunity to listen and discuss the implementation of automation components with colleagues and suppliers.  A varied selection of full length and snapshot talks will be presented to give scientific and engineering users an understanding of what is available to automate experiments.

This conference is aimed at anyone who works in the life sciences laboratory environment and who would benefit from the implementation of these technologies.  We intend to cover innovative technologies such as software for the automated process (control & data), robotic and process simulation and automation tools (vision and transportation).



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