Visit us at SEPAWA
After 2 years of virtual formats, we are all looking forward to meeting live in Berlin 2022 for the 69. SEPAWA® CONGRESS. We are confident that by October 2022 exhibitions and conferences have returned to a certain normality. In any case we promise a record event with many new highlights.
Visit us at Lab Innovations
Lab Innovations returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 2 & 3 November 2022, bringing the entire laboratory science industry together for the 10th time – it’s set to be the celebration of the decade!
At the show, the industry will meet to launch its products and innovations to the UK’s leading gathering of lab professionals, suppliers, and manufacturers. Lab professionals across all sectors will be able to discover sustainable lab initiatives, secure the latest tech, join exciting free conferences to earn CPD points and explore new ways of future-proofing labs. Supported by some of the UK’s top science institutions, it is a key event for powering the business of science.
Don’t miss the opportunity to be at the heart of the laboratory community.
Visit us at EBF – European Bioanalysis Forum
EBF was founded in 2006 at the initiative of 12 pharmaceutical companies, all of them having bioanalytical lab activities in Europe. The goal of bringing these companies together was to implement a platform for discussions of science, day-to-day procedures, business tools, technologies and last but not least regulatory issues. Until 2010, EBF membership was limited to companies involved in bioanalytical activities in a pharmaceutical research and development environment in Europe. From 2011 onwards, the EBF welcomed CROs involved in bioanalytical activities in a pharmaceutical research and development environment in Europe. Currently, the EBF counts 74 members (January 2021). Since 2010, the EBF became a non-profit organisation (vzw) established pursuant to the Belgian Act of 27 June 1921 on non-profit associations, international non-profit associations and foundations.
Visit us at Automated Synthesis Forum
The Automated Synthesis Forum (formerly the UKASF), is an annual conference, organised in a not-for-profit basis by a cross-section of scientists from the industrial and academic community. The focus of the conference is on cutting-edge, enabling technologies, both post- and pre-commercialisation, which expedite real-world research in the synthetic chemistry arena.
The Forum has been operating for over 20 years and attracts representation from most major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well as an increasing number of academic institutions. The meeting also hosts an equipment exhibition, which includes manufacturers and vendors aligned to the meeting themes.
The Forum was initially formed in 1996 by Dr. Nick Hird, formerly of SmithKline Beecham, as a discussion group focused on developing automated processes within combinatorial chemistry. The meeting has evolved and broadened in scope and now includes developments in analytical equipment, automated synthesis process improvements, emerging technologies and robotics.
Recent themes have included flow chemistry, photochemistry & electrochemistry, as well as developments in lab automation.