Conferences & Exhibitions

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Multicore World 2018

Every year since 2012, experts and leaders from all over the world converge in February to New Zealand for three full days of the most thought-provoking sessions in the latest high-technology evolution and its applications.

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Paperless Lab Academy 2018

This event provides opportunities to discuss key milestones in the development of paperless technologies for the laboratory and discover the informatics trends from cutting-edge thought leaders. Attendees can connect with colleagues who share similar operational issues as you have and learn about user´s case studies and how they are deployed into processes.

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Computing Insight UK

This year the theme for the conference will be “Joining Up the UK e-Infrastructure” and the main programme will include presentations covering sub-themes such as “Experiences of Joining up e-Infrastructure” and “Experiences of Cloud Computing Within the UK and Europe”.

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3D Cell Culture

Whilst still in its infancy, 3D Cell Culture is rapidly growing with not only a widespread reach that can be seen across a number of different fields such as 3D bioprinting and microfluidics. The 2nd annual conference will explore these overlapping areas and will also update delegates on developments in surrounding topics such as disease models, organoids, organ-on-a-chip technologies and iPSC advances.

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The Laboratory Informatics Summit 2017

Attendees will have the opportunity to join a focused discussion to address the most pressing industry challenges. With leaders from both big and small pharma, this Summit will present the most actionable solutions to streamline data management, simplify vendor qualification and partnership, bring a higher level of  functionality to the lab, and tackle many more topics surrounding informatics' key role in researching, developing, and then commercializing new and novel therapeutics. 

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Analysis and opinion
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Robert Roe looks at research from the University of Alaska that is using HPC to change the way we look at the movement of ice sheets

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Robert Roe talks to cooling experts to find out what innovation lies ahead for HPC users

Analysis and opinion