In January 2011, the LabAutomation Conference and Exhibition will celebrate 15 years of bringing science, technology and industry together. Beginning with our very first conference, a wide-ranging group of scientists, engineers and professionals have worked together to realize the promises of laboratory automation. Year after year, we’ve witnessed breakthroughs that continue to help push the boundaries of laboratory research and development across multiple disciplines and industries. LabAutomation2011 will continue this tradition, in the collaborative manner for which the premier event has come to be known. We invite you to begin planning now to join your laboratory automation colleagues from around the world in 2011 as we once again explore cutting-edge information and strategy, while connecting, and re-connecting with one another.
A Diversity of Industries Including:
- Drug Discovery and Development
- Clinical Diagnostics
- Agriculture and Food
- Forensics and Security
- Energy Generation and Petrochemicals
- And More...
LabAutomation2011 Key Education Tracks:
- Detection and Separation
- Micro- and Nanotechnologies
- High-Throughput Technologies
- Evolving Applications of Laboratory Automation, featuring Agriculture and Food
LabAutomation2011 Plenary Series Speakers
John M. Butler, Ph.D.
NIST Fellow & group Leader; Applied Genetics Group; Biochemical Science Division; Chemical Science & Technology Laboratory; National Institute of Standards and Technology
Daryl Lund, Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Food Science
, Institute of Food Technologists; Emeritus Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison
George B. Rathmann Professor of Chemistry and Director of International Institute for Nanotechnology at
The Polyvalent Oligonucleotide Nanoparticle Conjugate: A New Frontier in Molecular Diagnostics, Intracellular Gene
Regulation and Therapy