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SmartLab Exchange 2013

26 Feb 2013 - 27 Feb 2013 - Munich, Germany



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The SmartLab Exchange is widely recognised as Europe's premier forum for Directors of Research Programmes, IT, Development, Quality Control and Quality Assurance.

Now in its eighth year, 60 global decision-makers will convene, network and discover innovative ways to address their most complex challenges, as well as gain an end-to-end industry view and where it is heading over the next twelve months.

Unlike traditional conferences or tradeshows, the primary focus and benefit of the Exchange is for new relationships to be forged and existing partnerships to be enhanced. 

At the Exchange, the world's leading minds in lab informatics, leading analysts and a selection of the most innovation solution providers gather to exchange knowledge and discuss best practice on aligning business strategy with delivering an efficient and smart laboratory environment.



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Using X-rays to Figure Out Fats
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Feeding Babies Egg and Peanut May Prevent Food Allergy
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EFSA Completes Food Colour Re-evaulation
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Risks in Your Food
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Dietary Selenium Content Linked to Cancer
Researchers have shown higher blood selenium levels are associated with reduced liver cancer risk.
Sensor Could Help Fight Bacterial Infections
The sensor can detect E.coli bacteria in 15-20 minutes over a wide temperature range, offering a fast and cost effective tests.
Chemical in Plastics Linked to Genital Abnormalities
Researchers have linked an endocrine-disrupting chemical to reproductive organ abnormalities in children.
Sharks Contain High Levels of Neurotoxins Linked to Alzheimer’s
Research team suggests restricting shark consumption to protect human health as shark fins & meat contain high levels of neurotoxins.
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