Porvair Sciences® will be attending the annual Lab Innovations conference this year on the 30th – 31st October in Birmingham.
The Lab Innovations annual trade exhibition is the UK’s largest conference dedicated to the laboratory industry and a fantastic opportunity for Porvair Sciences® to showcase our new range of assay and deep well microplates alongside our full range of capabilities.
In addition to our popular Assay Plates, Filtration Plates and Microplate Instrument collections, we’ll be introducing the Porvair Lab Division product range for the first time, including our JG Finneran glass vials and caps for chromatography and the SEAL Analytical, designed specifically for water analysis.
The Porvair Sciences® team is delighted to be part of this year’s exhibition. We look forward to hearing from expert speakers in the field and contributing to the discussion on how to best future-proof your lab through innovative technologies and sustainable laboratory procurement.
When: October 30th – 31st , 2019
Where: National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, United Kingdom
What: Dedicated to connecting laboratory suppliers and manufacturers across all sectors with laboratory decision makers, the Lab Innovations conference programme is supported by top science institutions across the UK. This year’s free-to-attend trade exhibition will focus heavily on sustainability and digitisation as the routes to putting your laboratory at the forefront of the industry.
If you’re attending the exhibition, make sure to stop by our stand – the Porvair Sciences® team will be on hand both days to answer all of your questions!
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