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Sartorius Research Xchange Forum

Promoting interdisciplinary exchange between science and industry on the topics of regenerative medicine and cell therapy: this is the objective Sartorius will be pursuing by hosting its second Research Xchange Forum on March 20 and 21, 2018, at Sartorius College in Goettingen, Germany.

Experts from the biotechnology sector will report on the new developments in cell therapy. Sartorius has gained guest speakers Dr. Priscilla N. Kelly, editor of the journal Science, and Dr. Stefan W. Hell, the winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014 and a professor at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry. As part of the Forum, the Sartorius & Science Prize will be conferred, which Sartorius together with the scientific journal offers to recognise research contributions made in regenerative medicine and cell therapy. The prize winner and the three finalists will present on their research results.  

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Analytica

Promising innovations, a comprehensive industry overview and an attractive international conference programme: that is what you are guaranteed to find at the 26th Analytica in Munich, Germany. The International Trade Fair for Laboratory Technology, Analysis and Biotechnology is opening its gates from April 10–13, 2018. 

More than 770 exhibitors from 34 countries have already registered for the next Analytica, including leading international manufacturers such as Agilent, Akzo Nobel, Analytik Jena, Büchi, Mettler Toledo, Netzsch, Olympus, Perkin Elmer and Waters.

Exhibitors will present the latest products and developments for laboratory operations. As in the past, topics such as food and plastics analysis, genetic analysis and bioanalysis will play an important role. However, this year's first-rate events will also focus on the latest technologies for the “digitalisation of the laboratory”.

Visitors who attend Analytica 2018 can find out how increasing digitalisation in all branches of industry will change routine laboratory applications in the future. This leading trade fair in Munich allows manufacturers to present the latest technologies and future-oriented IT solutions for the laboratory.

The trade fair is accompanied by the Analytica conference, where the international scientific elite meets to discuss the latest topics that pertain to chemistry, biochemistry and laboratory medicine, from fundamental research to applications. 

A total of 35,002 visitors and 1,244 exhibitors took part in Analytica in 2016. The event has been held in Munich every two years since 1968.

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