© Deutsche Messe AG 2019 Labvolution 2019 LABVOLUTION 2019:
Certified training courses + exhibition, all in one

March 2018. The GLA “transparent laboratory” academy will be appearing for the first time at LABVOLUTION in Hannover this May, featuring a rich program of further training courses. The Berlin-based qualification experts have succeeded in attracting experienced speakers from industry to report on the latest topics from the field. Both conference days will start late enough and end early enough to afford participants adequate time for a visit to the European trade fair for innovative laboratory equipment and optimized laboratory workflows.

During two days, 22 to 23 May, topics will be “Lab 4.0”, a German-language workshop aimed at technical staff as well as life science laboratory assistants, and “Young Life Scientists – Business Orientation”, English language to which Ph.D. students and post docs are invited.

Both conference days are free of charge for LABVOLUTION attendees. Reservations are not necessary, but as the number of participants is limited to 50 per day, it is recommended to arrive in good time in the conference area of Hall 19/20.

Source: Deutsche Messe AG 

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