Analytica 2008

February 1, 2008

LCGC Europe

LCGC Europe, LCGC Europe-02-01-2008, Volume 21, Issue 2
Page Number: 66

From 1–4 April 2008, Munich will once again be the stage for Analytica 2008 - a leading trade fair offering marketable solutions in analytics, laboratory technology, biotechnology and the life sciences.

From 1–4 April 2008, Munich will once again be the stage for Analytica 2008 — a leading trade fair offering marketable solutions in analytics, laboratory technology, biotechnology and the life sciences.

Since 1968 Analytica has been held every two years and has become an established international meeting point for leaders in the laboratory industry. It is also recognised for being a communication and business event for the international community, offering the presentation of innovative products and services and of the reproduction of entire value-added chains in industrial and research laboratory applications.

Analytica 2008, which will be held at Fairground, Munich, will feature international events to help build business relationships on a global scale. These will include the Analytica Forum, which is a platform for the exchange of information and transfer of knowledge, and the European international research community summit.

Analytica 2008's exhibits are divided into three separate segments — analysis/quality control, laboratory technology and biotechnology.

The trade fair will provide an overview for both decision-makers and those who prepare and participate in the decision-making process in the chemical, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, medicine, diagnostics, nutrition, environment, electrical engineering and electronics industries.

Analytica 2008 will also bring to the international community the Innovations Area — a platform for special attractions as well as exhibition sector. Lectures and discussions about future technologies will be held here on each day of the fair. The Innovations Area will also give start-up companies, bioregions, founder centers, research institutes and universities a platform where they can introduce themselves and their innovations.

Finance Day, which is being held for the first time on April 4 at the Innovations & Technology Forum, will help business people find investors for starting new companies and helping existing ones to grow. Finance Day's objective is to establish a network to bring together researchers and company founders in the life-science sector with investors. It will also introduce start-up founders to potential investors.

For more information about Analytica 2008 contact Messe München GmbH, Messegelände, 81823 Munchen, Germany, tel: +44 89 949 11488, fax: +44 89 949 11489 or e-mail: info@analytica.de

1–7 March, 2008

Pittcon 2008 — the world's largest conference and exposition for laboratory science.

The Morial Convention Centre, New Orleans, USA.

For more information visit http://pittcon.org/

9–12 March, 2008

msb2008 — 22nd International Symposium on Microscale Bioseperations and Methods for Systems Biology, organized by the ISAS — Institute for Analytical Sciences, with support from Freie Universität Berlin Berlin, Germany

Contact: msb2008 Symposium Office ISAS — Institute for Analytical Sciences, Bunsen-Kirchhoff-Str. 11, 44139 Dortmund,

Germany

tel: +49 231 1392 254

fax: +49 231 1392 300

e-mail: info@msb2008.org

10 –16 May, 2008

32nd International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel

Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Contact: Ms Janet Cunningham, Symposium/Exhibit Manager

E-mail: janetbarr@aol.com