ALA Member Center
Catch up with your colleagues at the ALA Member Center! ALA members and non-members alike are invited to stop and listen in as The Lab Man holds court and records live podcasts; take a close look at the winning student posters; win a prize from JALA, enter to win the LabAutomation Passport to Prizes, grab a cup of coffee; or just take a break on the soft sofa.
Meet the Lab Man!
The Lab Man is back for LabAutomation2010! Join us in the Member Center to listen and engage with ALA's Lab Man as he records three Podcasts LIVE! Don't wait until the conference to enjoy the Lab Man. Listen to archived podcasts and check out his blog to see the latest posts!
The Lab Man will be recording at the following times in the ALA Member Center:
Monday, January 25 at 11:30 a.m.
- Topic: LabAutopedia™ Turns One & Welcomes The Market Place for Laboratory Automation™
- Guest: Mark Russo, LabAutopedia Administrator
Tuesday, January 26 at 3:00 p.m.
- Topic: Student Poster Competition
- Guest: First Place Student Poster Competition Winner
Tuesday, January 26 at 4:00 p.m.
- Topic: LabAutomation2010 New Product Award Designation
- Guests: Representatives (3) from Winning Companies
Tell JALA What You Think!
Complete the 2010 JALA Reader Survey onsite at LabAutomation2010 and earn a chance to win a free full registration to LabAutomation2011 and other great prizes. Because JALA is committed to delivering educational quality and value to readers, your opinion is important and your willingness to share it is greatly appreciated.
Check Out these Elite FIRST Robotics Competition Teams
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) was founded in 1989 by inventor Dean Kamen to inspire an appreciation of science and technology in young people. ALA is proud to welcome back FIRST as a partner for LabAutomation2010. Once again this year, we will feature two teams from California in the Member Center; Beach Bots, Team 330 from Hermosa Beach, CA and the Holy Cows, Team 1538 from San Diego, CA. Make sure to visit these outstanding young scientists as they display and operate their winning robots in the ALA Member Center.