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analytica

01 Apr 2014 - 04 Apr 2014 - Munich, Germany



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In 2014, analytica will revolve around three topics: food analysis, plastics analysis and genetic and bioanalysis. These topics will also be reflected in the program of related events and in the Live Labs, where visitors can expect lectures and product presentations three times a day. As part of the Live Labs, for the first time ever the fair will also feature a special show on occupational safety and health and safety in the workplace that includes experimental presentations also in English. On the first three days of the fair, the international scientific elite will meet at the analytica Conference to exchange information on the current state of and development prospects in the analysis sector. Among other things, topics will include food safety, clinical proteomics, metallomics, sensors for nanoparticles, imaging technologies and chemometric methods. Visitors can also look forward to lively discussions in the forums and interesting lectures within the scope of the theme days, i.e. Finance Day and analytica Job Day. 

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