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Pittcon 2013 - Powering Innovations in Laboratory Science
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Are you interested in the latest research and developments in laboratory science? Attend Pittcon 2013 for access to over 2,000 technical presentations, exhibitors from over 30 countries, short courses to enhance your professional development and unique networking opportunities with your colleagues. Check out our latest video for more information on Pittcon 2013!

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