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SELECTBIO Conferences European Lab Automation

European Lab Automation

Date: Thursday, 30 June 2011 - Friday, 1 July 2011
Location: Hamburg


Keynote Speakers

Thomas Joos

Thomas Joos
Deputy Managing Director, University of Tuebingen

Samu Melkko

Samu Melkko
Investigator, Novartis

Johnathan Napier

Johnathan Napier
Principal Investigator, Rothamsted Research



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Karol Kozak

Karol Kozak
Head, ETH Zurich

Vanessa Hayes

Vanessa Hayes
Professor, J Craig Venter Institute

Jim Dunwell

Jim Dunwell
Professor, University of Reading

Malcolm Mason

Malcolm Mason
Professor, Cardiff University

Dermot Diamond

Dermot Diamond
Professor, Principal Investigator, Insight Centre for Data Analytics, National Centre for Sensor Research, Dublin City University

Naomi Chayen

Naomi Chayen
Professor, Imperial College London



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Andrew Cossins

Andrew Cossins
Director/Professor, Liverpool University

Christopher Lowe

Christopher Lowe
Professor, University of Cambridge, Director, Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences



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Mary-Beth Fisk

Mary-Beth Fisk
President & COO, South Texas Blood and Tissue Center

Michael Pfaffl

Michael Pfaffl
Professor, Technical University of Munich

Marty Dickman

Marty Dickman
Professor/Director, Texas A&M University

Arthur Moseley

Arthur Moseley
Director, Duke University School of Medicine



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Steve Rees

Steve Rees
Vice President, AstraZeneca

Hans Maurer

Hans Maurer
Head, Saarland University

Daniel Chiu

Daniel Chiu
A. Bruce Montgomery Professor of Chemistry, University of Washington

Anthony Mitchell Davies

Anthony Mitchell Davies
Director, Trinity College Dublin

Urban Liebel

Urban Liebel
Group Leader/Head, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Elisabeth Verpoorte

Elisabeth Verpoorte
Professor of Analytical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Analysis, University of Groningen

Ralph Lindken

Ralph Lindken
Head, Zentrum für BrennstoffzellenTechnik ZBT Duisburg

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Overview

Select Biosciences is delighted to announce the inaugural European Lab Automation congress. The first event was held in the historic city of Hamburg during the most pleasant season of the year.

The congress consisted of ten distinct tracks (see right), each addressing a specific application area, but with an underlying theme of automating the technique, equipment or associated informatics.
Click on the track of most interest to you to view the conference agenda.

A major exhibition featuring leading suppliers of life science equipment, services and reagents took place in parallel with the conferences.

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