The UK's leading annual exhibition for the entire laboratory industry, will take place on 3 & 4 November 2021
Lab Innovations returns to the NEC, Birmingham on November 3 & 4 2021, with the UK’s talented science industry, which has already been in the spotlight so much this past year, therefore able to share its latest innovations.
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.
Lab Live: Sustainability
Thursday 13 May | 2pm
This online event will highlight some of the leading sustainable practices, products and initiatives within the laboratory industry and give you practical advice on improving the environmental friendliness of your company.
With leading speakers from Greenlight Laboratories, Kimberly-Clark and University College London, this event is one you won’t want to miss.
Stay tuned for the final speaker line-up and session overviews.
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2019 highlights from Lab Innovations
Lab Innovations celebrated its 8th edition on 30 & 31 October 2019, beating all records for the event. Attracting 3,860 attendees – an impressive 24% increase on the previous year – this makes it the largest Lab Innovations to date. Over 160 exhibitors displayed a diverse and innovative product offering to visitors from more sectors than ever before, emphasising the event’s place as the UK’s largest annual trade exhibition dedicated to the entire laboratory industry.
Take a look at our selection of exclusive interviews with industry experts, opinion pieces, feature contributions, monthly blog posts and more.
The rise of virtual labs The development and use of ‘virtual labs’ are increasing as academic institutions and companies look to cut costs, improve student understanding, develop new training methods and reach a wider group of people with hands-on education. The recent rise of online learning through the pandemic has led to a dramatic increase
How wastewater monitoring has provided insight into COVID-19 Since wastewater testing began for Covid-19 in early 2020, the results have helped in estimating a more accurate view of infection levels in specific areas in the UK. The discrepancy between these tests and results from COVID-19 tests highlights the level of people infected with the disease
‘Science is the only exit strategy from COVID-19’ according to the OECD. COVID-19 has had an unprecedentedly wide impact across the globe, but alongside the vast negatives of the pandemic have been huge developments in collaborative research. From the rapid development of vaccines and PCR and antibody testing to the multitudes of innovative products and
What to expect at Lab Innovations 2021?
Lab Innovations offers a range of show features, networking events and free-to-attend conferences to maximise your time out of the lab. Lab Innovations will help you build connections, get tailored advice from industry experts and learn about sustainable initiatives in the lab.
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