Bring a Buddy to ELA 2012
News Feb 13, 2012
Industry and academic delegates can qualify for up to a 30% reduction in registration fees when booking in conjunction with colleagues or collaborators.
Registration for ELA 2012 is now open and all delegates have the option to attend eight different conference streams, each of which includes internationally renowned keynote speakers and research presentations. The eight streams available at ELA 2012 are:
• Drug Discovery Automation - HCS & Cell Based Assays
• Drug Discovery Automation - Chemistry Automation & Compound Management
• Biobanking: Preparation, Storage and Analysis
• Informatics for Automation
• Liquid Handling & Robotics
• Nano & Microfluidics
• Next-Generation Sequencing Automation
• Separation & Detection
Registered delegates are invited to present posters of their work and participate in the scientific discussions. Poster submissions must be received by the 19th April 2012. In addition, the conference streams will be supported by leading technology vendors in a busy and topical exhibition, showcasing the latest in automated instruments and workflows. Together, the vendor exhibition and scientific presentations make ELA 2012 an unparalleled opportunity to foster technological discussions and scientific collaboration.
Accommodation for registrants of ELA 2012 is available at a discounted rate in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Hamburg, located adjacent to the CCH conference venue. For more information on the ‘bring a buddy’ scheme and to see what ELA 2012 has to offer please email firstname.lastname@example.org or see below.
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