Conference session to study trends in chemical industry

L.A.B, the new European trade fair devoted to analysis and laboratory equipment, will contain a special session dedicated solely to the chemicals industry. The stream will focus on the applications of ELNs and LIMS systems in this sector, as well as methods of process monitoring, quality control and high-throughput automation.

‘The conference stream, led by Andrew Ladds, SCI’s chief executive, is tailored to specific issues currently being debated within the chemicals industry, and is designed to educate and provoke debate with leading industry professionals. We are expecting around 250 attendees and are already receiving queries,’ says Silvana Kuerschner, L.A.B. Project Director.

The conference will be held in London and runs from 2-4 October.

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