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4th International Lab Tech Conference & Exhibition

20 Nov 2013 - 21 Nov 2013 - Fahaheel, Kuwait City, Kuwait



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The event is a comprehensive multi-tracked conference and exhibition for the laboratory industry. It will cover a diverse range of subjects relating to the science and technology used in medical and non-medical laboratories, as well as their management. It will provide scientists, technicians, laboratory managers and others involved in analytical laboratory operations with the latest information about instrumentation, applications and techniques.

The International Laboratory Technology Conference & Exhibition is Kuwait's most comprehensive & unique exhibition on Laboratory, Scientific, Biotechnology, Analytical, Educational, Material Testing, Diagnostics & related products for major local and International manufacturers, exporters, importers & key regional suppliers. It will showcase the latest instrumentation, technologies, products and services in all major areas of analytical sciences and laboratory services. It provides an opportunity for scientific equipment and instrument manufacturers and suppliers to showcase their latest state-of-the art equipment and technologies. It also provides an avenue for analytical and laboratory service providers to develop business contacts and network with traders, manufacturers, research and development institutions, and universities.




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