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LAB INNOVATIONS 2012


LAB INNOVATIONS 2012 is the UK’s only dedicated showcase for laboratory technology and consumable, analytical and biotech equipment.

Set to deliver great content for lab professionals looking for the latest innovations, career development, new skills and technology, this is your opportunity to access some of the UK's best speakers and industry conference content for free.

By attending the event, you’ll gain access to a complimentary conference featuring world renowned speakers delivering content programmed by the Royal Society of Chemistry. In addition, Campden BRI will lead focused career development and technique analysis seminars providing inspiration for your business and personal progression.

Register today for FREE your priority access barcode.

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