Liquid Handling, Mass Spectrometry, Microfluidics and 15 Other Comprehensive Modules Highlight an Impressive Short Course Program at LabAutomation2010
From hands-on operations managing real liquid handling robots with fluids of various viscosities and compatibility issues, to learning about the latest advances in proteomics and metabolomics with mass spectrometry in drug discovery the short courses at LabAutomation2010 give you a rapid introduction to the topics, issues and techniques related to technology and automation in the laboratory.
Each of our 18 full-day and two-day courses is led by distinguished faculty with deep expertise in their respective topics. Our faculty-to-student ratio is typically 15-to-1, giving you exclusive, first-hand education, training and interaction in a highly personal environment. And, as tradition stands, you can save 20 percent on a Sunday short course by purchasing a Saturday course.
We asked LabAutomation2009 attendees, "What was the single MOST valuable element of the conference to you?"
They answered, "The LabAutomation2009 Short Courses"
Here's what your peers have been saying about our short courses:
"Direct applicability to my work"
Michael Little, RA II, Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd.
"I am new to lab automation and the Introduction to Lab Automation was the right starting point."
Win Fernald, Sales Manager, Pacific Integrated Handling
"The short courses were very informative and I felt I actually learned something relevant to my job."
Amina Sharaf, Systems Analyst, Novartis
"Very useful refresher and/or new learning courses. I am able to apply what I learned in everyday work."
Donna Chen, Automation Specialist, MAXYGEN
"The information from the short course made the time in the exhibitions more valuable, as I had a better understanding of the technologies and techniques that were being utilized."
Scott Jensen, Engineer, MBARI