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LabInnovations returns to the NECon 30 & 31October 2019

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More than 150 leading scientific suppliers and 3,000 attendees will descend on Lab Innovationson 30& 31October2019 at the NEC,Birmingham,to  discover,  debate  and  discuss  the  latest  scientific  developments  and equipment.

Now  in  its 8thyear, the UK’s only trade  show dedicated  to  the  laboratory industry continues to enjoy support from some of the UK’s leading scientific institutions and will this year boast its largest ever exhibitor and visitor base, providing more exciting product launches, innovation and discussion than ever before.

Analytix, Anton  Paar,  Cole-Palmer,  Eppendorf, GAMBICA, IKA, Perkin  Elmer,  SLS, Shimadzu and Thermo Fisher Scientificare among the big industry players participating for 2019. Joining them will be a further +150 suppliers and manufacturer spresenting the  most  cutting-edge  equipment  applicable  to a plethora of  industries  including  life sciences, pharmaceuticals,petrochemicals, materials science and food and drink.


“GAMBICA has exhibited at Lab Innovations since the start. We find it oneof the most effective events for connecting our members with purchasers and distributors.”Commented Jacqueline Balian, Head of Laboratory Technology Sector, GAMBICA.

Lab  Innovations will this  year be  celebrating  2019  as  the  International  Year  of  the Periodic  Table,  with  the  Royal  Society  of  Chemistry focusing  on  this  the mein  their dedicated  theatre and  several  related  networking  events  taking  place  across  the  two days.The  Perkin  Elmer-sponsored  “Insights  and  Innovations”  theatre  will  once  again  beorganised  by  UK magazine Laboratory  News and  will  provide  insight  into  the  latest discoveries and discuss best-practices and day-to-day challenges.

For  cleanroom  specialists,  the  Clean room  Hub,  in  collaboration  with  Cleanroom Technology, will provide a dedicated zonefor suppliers of cleanroom-specific equipment. Itincorporates  a seminar  pod with  2  days  of  educational  content  for  cleanroom professionals, a networking lounge and dedicated exhibitor pavilion. With a clear demand for  this  type  of  content  at  Lab  Innovations  following  a  68%  increase  in  cleanroom attendees in 2018, this zone is set to create another buzz at this year’s edition.First-time exhibitors at Lab Innovations will showcase new products in the adjacent “Lab News Village”,where they will display products that have never been seen before at the event. Additionally, the well-received SLS pavilion will expand for its second appearance at  Lab  Innovations,  providing  an  opportunity  for  20 partners  of the UK’s  largest independent   supplier   of laboratory   equipment,   chemicals   and   consumables   to participate.

With sustainability high on the UK agenda and an increased demand for practical advice and  solutions  in  this  area, the ‘Sustainable Laboratory’ will return for  2019.  This  will provide an opportunity for attendees to speak with leading UK universities on how they made use of ‘green’ equipment and processes to achieve sustainable results.Carolyn Jones, Lab Manager at the University of Birmingham commented on her success with finding sustainability solutions at last year’s event:“I’m very interested in the sustainability side of things and looking at what people are doing to reduce their carbon footprint. It’s good to see all equipment out and working on the stands, from all the big companies  as  well  as  smaller  start-up companies. It’s been a good day out and well worth attending.”

New for 2019 is a bespoke meetings concierge service, providing visitors and exhibitors with  the  opportunity  to  pre-arrange  meaningful  meetings  with  exactly  the  companies and attendees they want to discover and do business with. This exciting new initiative will  accentuate  the  event’s  position  as  the  leading  meeting  place  for  Laboratory professionals and suppliers.Phil Ellis, Equipment Services Manager, Aberystwyth Innovation and Enterprise Campus Ltd summed up his first visit and the importance of making connections: “This is the first time I have attended Lab Innovations and I have ended up coming both days due to the amount of connections we were making. Besides networking, Lab Innovations has given me the opportunity to keep up-to-date as the entire market is here. I will definitely come again.”

MEDIA RELEASE New for 2019 is a bespoke meetings concierge service, providing visitors and exhibitors with  the  opportunity  to  pre-arrange  meaningful  meetings  with  exactly  the  companies and attendees they want to discover and do business with. This exciting new initiative will  accentuate  the  event’s  position  as  the  leading  meeting  place  for  Laboratory professionals and suppliers.Phil Ellis, Equipment Services Manager, Aberystwyth Innovation and Enterprise Campus Ltd summed up his first visit and the importance of making connections: “This is the first time I have attended Lab Innovations and I have ended up coming both days due to the amount of connections we were making. Besides networking, Lab Innovations has given me the opportunity to keep up-to-date as the entire market is here.

I will definitely come again.”The  Lab  Innovations  Advisory  Board will meet  later  this  month  to  discuss  furtherthe details of the conference topics and the shape of the event.Gerald Law, CEO Innovation DB, member of the Lab Innovations advisory board saysthat:“The advisory board comes together a couple of times a year to define the direction of the annual event. This year the agenda will feature laboratory automation and informatics, the recruitment of young talent  into  STEM, the  implications  of  Brexit, of  course  sustainability,  and  a  lot  more. Watch this space for further announcements!”

Save the date: 30 & 31 October 2019, NEC, Birmingham

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