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7th International Symposium on Enabling Technologies (ETP 2013)

30 Apr 2013 - 01 May 2013 - ON, Canada



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ETP Symposium provides an open, interdisciplinary forum for scientists, engineers and technologists to discuss research and development of innovative tools that extend the bioanalytical capabilities of researchers.  Features include a world-class program of invited speakers from industry and academia, oral and poster presentations from submitted abstracts and exhibitor showcases.




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