Celebrate innovation and sustainability for our 10th edition
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.
What to expect at Lab Innovations 2022
Lab Innovations 2021 was a brilliant return to live events, attracting 3,117 attendees and 161 exhibitors – emphasising the event’s place as the UK’s leading annual trade exhibition dedicated to the entire laboratory industry. Join us on 2 & 3 November 2022 for the 10th anniversary edition of the show!
Lab Innovations supports Taylor-Made Dreams
Taylor-Made Dreams enables children with life-limiting illnesses to achieve their dreams. Taylor-Made Dreams sources and financially supports therapeutic services for affected children and their families throughout their difficult journey. For more information on Taylor-Made Dreams and how to support them visit their website here.
Our commitment to your safety
We put in place a comprehensive series of measures to ensure we provide a safe and successful event for all involved. Our health & safety protocols are audited by SGS to enhance the safety of our events.
Lab Innovations received the official SGS accreditation for 2021, and we plan to have this for 2022 also.
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