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Why visit?

Discover, connect and stay ahead

At Lab Innovations, you will immerse yourself in a dynamic environment where technologies and discussions converge, propelling you to the forefront of the business of science.

Connect with industry thought-leaders, experts and visionaries, fostering valuable cross-sector collaborations that transcend disciplines and amplify your network within the scientific community.

Gain exclusive access to emerging trends, technologies, and solutions, ensuring that your work remains at the cutting-edge of progress and development.

Meet your suppliers

Learn from the brightest minds

Lab Innovations hosts 4 stages, each with 2 full days of conference content scheduled. The programme covers automation, sustainability, AI, technology demonstrations, upskilling and more! 

Connect with your community

As the largest laboratory event in the UK, Lab Innovations is your ideal place to take a day out and dive in to the potential connections that await you. There are so many opportunities to network, who knows who you’ll meet?

Go beyond: discover manufacturing

Get 2 shows for the price of 1! Our co-located sister event, Advanced Engineering, is open to all Lab Innovations attendees. Seamlessly navigate the home of UK engineering and manufacturing all under one roof. 

Forge the future

As a future-focused professional, you’ll want to discover all of the lab sustainability features and innovation highlights at the event. With workshops, trails, hands-on opportunities and more, you’re bound to leap ahead.

Lab Innovations has been really great – it’s my first time here, and I’ve been able to speak to many suppliers we work with, and interesting ones we don’t work with yet. It’s an amazing forum to discover new products and trends in the market, and I’m definitely coming away inspired. It’s so easy to collect all of the information you want from a tap of a badge too! I’ll definitely be back next year.

Marianne Barnard

Lab Manager – University of Birmingham

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