OR WAIT null SECS
Lab Innovations 2012
Lab Innovations 2012
Lab Innovations, organised by easyFairs, will take place at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, on the 7–8 November 2012. The exhibition will include a conference devised by The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), which will bring together leading experts in chromatography, biopharmaceuticals and environmental forensics, lab health and safety plus career development specialists.
The two-day conference will focus on analytical chemistry — including the latest advances in measurement, life sciences and environmental research — plus continual professional development and health and safety.
The conference will feature a talk by David Collins from the Irish Separation Science Cluster (ISSC) based at Dublin City University. The ISSC is an internationally recognized separation science group, with chemists, biologists, engineers and physicists all working together to provide industry with analytical solutions to complex problems. Collins recently received the Royal Society of Chemistry 2012 Ronald Belcher Award for outstanding achievements in the development of analytical instrumentation. He will be talking about some emerging technologies within the group, specifically in instrumentation development.
On the environmental front, Dr Stephen M. Mudge, Managing Scientist in Environmental Forensics at Exponent UK will discuss 'what is the right analysis for the job', when it comes to identifying sources of contaminants in the environment. Dr Mudge is one of the world's leading environmental scientists, and is visiting professor and invited expert, North China Sea Environment and Monitoring Center, Qingdao, China. He won the 1998 Enterprise Oil Heriot Watt University Environmental Award for novel methods of removing oil from beaches.
Lee Coney, Chief Scientific Officer, Biologics, at NDA Analytics will be talking about 'The application of bioassays for the development of biopharmaceuticals.' He will be discussing formatting different assays, using screen lead candidates, characterizing drug biology, batch release and determining neutralizing antibody immunogenicity, highlighting the importance of sound scientific principles and multidisciplinary interactions during product development.
In addition to the conference programme, Lab Innovations will play host to a full exhibition featuring the latest laboratory technology and consumables, analytical and biotech equipment. There will be a product demonstration area plus a learnShops programme of industry seminars organised by Campden BRI. The show is being supported not only by The Royal Society of Chemistry but also Gambica, Campden BRI, Institute of Measurement and Control, the UK Science Park Association, the Society of Biology and the British Pharmacological Society.
Tel: (0)20 8843 8822
3–5 October 2012
SFC 2012 6th International Conference on Packed Column SFC
Organizers: The Green Chemistry Group
Tel: +1 412 805 6296
Fax: +1 412 967 9446
22–23 October 2012
2012 International Light Scattering Colloquium (ISLC)
Four Seasons Biltmore Resort, Santa Barbara, California, USA
Organizers: Wyatt Technology
Tel: +1 805 681 9009
Fax: +1 805 681 0123
7–8 November 2012
Water Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring, Exhibition and Workshops (WWEM) 2012
Telford International Centre, Telford, UK
Organizers: International Labmate Ltd
7–9 November 2012
29th Montreux Symposium on LC–MS
Tel: +31 71 527 4220
Fax: +31 71 527 4277
6–8 February 2013
SCM-6 — 6th International Symposium on the Separation and Characterization of Natural and Synthetic Macromolecules
Tel: +49 351 4658 282
Fax: +49 351 4658 214
Send any event news to Kate Mosford firstname.lastname@example.org