Exhibition Preview for SCIpharm 2006
News May 08, 2006
SCIpharm 2006 is an event with a distinct and comprehensive format. The conference discusses the latest scientific innovation at every stage of the pharmaceutical platform and delivers business content that affects all aspects of the industry.
Alongside is a 40 strong exhibition showcasing all aspects of the conference topics. SCI’s reputation as an international forum for fostering links between science and business continues to grow as the second biennial SCIpharm conference approaches. SCIpharm 2006 will be held from 14-17 May, 2006 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
The sold-out exhibition incorporates a full programme of events. There is streaming of the plenary sessions into the exhibition hall, a series of workshops and scheduled product demonstrations, expanded poster sessions, networking lounge and the facility for visitors to come along just for the day if they wish.
Many exhibitors from the previous event have returned as SCIpharm becomes an industry highlight, thanks to the high standard of speakers and the coherent case studies that help to shed light and understanding on the pressing issues affecting the industry.
SCIpharm 2006 promises even more than before, incorporating new features while maintaining the highest standard of presentations.
Exhibition Visitor Pass registrations and further programme details are available online.
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