Scientific Symposium on key issues in life sciences
At LABVOLUTION, high-calibre speakers from science and research will provide insights into the latest trends and findings in the fields of molecular cell biology, genome editing and microbiome research. The Scientific Symposium will be making its debut at LABVOLUTION, Europe's flagship trade fair for lab users in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, life sciences and biotechnology in Hannover, Germany, on Wednesday 22 May.21 Mar 2019
22. May 2019 | Hall 19/20 | room New York 1
The Scientific Symposium at LABVOLUTION will be focusing on key issues in the life sciences. Accordingly, a high level of visitor demand is anticipated.
The Scientific Symposium is organized by three institutes: the Association for General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM), the Society for Toxicology (GT) and the Society for Genetics (GfG).
Three topics will be on the agenda on Wednesday 22 May:
The three presentation sessions will be followed by a hands-on session on the Wednesday afternoon. All symposium participants are invited to visit the exhibiting companies' stands, where they can find out about the latest developments in laboratory equipment, kits and techniques directly related to the presentation topics.
In total, around 300 participants are expected at the Scientific Symposium, which will be held in the hall New York I located in the conference area of the LABVOLUTION exhibition hall 19/20. Before and after the presentations, participants will have the opportunity to visit the companies at their stands.
Boasting around 3,500 members, the Association for General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM) is Germany's largest microbiological society for scientists from industry, universities and research institutions. Its mission is to apply the results of microbiology research for the benefit of society and the environment.
The Society for Toxicology (GT) – part of the German Society for Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology (DGPT) with approx. 2,500 members – is the leading body in Germany for advancing toxicological science, training toxicologists and applying toxicological findings in practice for the continuous improvement of human and animal health and their environment.
The Society for Genetics (GfG) is an association of scientists in universities, non-university research institutions, industry and public authorities who are involved in various aspects of genetics. The Society promotes these scientific efforts across the whole field of genetics.
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