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Talks announced for European lab conference

LAB, the new European trade fair for laboratory, analysis and biological equipment has announced its first series of conference streams to take place on 2 October 2007.

The presentations and seminars will cover: LIMS systems, case studies of ELN implementation, imaging technologies in clinical trials, and the latest developments in applied mass spectrometry.

The conference will take place in London and is expected to attract around 3,000 visitors. It will be run by Leipziger Messe and Oxford International.

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