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Showcasing advances shaping laboratories of the future

Showcasing advances shaping laboratories of the future

Lab Innovations will be a one-stop showcase of new products and various aspects involved in future-proofing the laboratory. Visitors to the NEC, Birmingham (30–31 October) will be able to discover ways to improve workflow efficiency, benefit from advances enabled by the digital age, and make sustainable procurement decisions that both support the environment and also save money.

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Biomedical Science Congress: exhibition and opportunity

Biomedical Science Congress: exhibition and opportunity

Next month, the International Convention Centre in Birmingham will host one of the largest gatherings of biomedical and life science companies held anywhere in the world. The following selection of brief exhibitor previews provides a taste of what IBMS Biomedical Science Congress delegates and visitors may find to interest them on individual stands in the exhibition.

Biomedical Science Congress:  making the most of choice,  flexibility and opportunity

Biomedical Science Congress: making the most of choice, flexibility and opportunity

Next month, the biennial IBMS Congress series returns to the International Convention Centre in Birmingham. Delegates and visitors to the event will find the very best that biomedical science and commercial colleagues have to offer. Here, Pathology in Practice provides a preview of the scientific programme and the supporting exhibition.

Upcoming Events

IBMS Biomedical Science Congress

ICC, Birmingham
22-25 September 2019

Lab Innovations

NEC, Birmingham (Hall 12)
30 & 31 October 2019

The genomic and molecular revolution in microbiology: in technology we trust (or do we?).

RAF Museum, Hendon, London
14 May 2020

Clinical and Laboratory Haemostasis 2020

STEM/Atrium Conference Centre, Sheffield Hallam University
3-4 June 2020

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