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analytica 2016 - More International Exhibitors Than Ever
Jan 26 2016 Read 1179 Times
The 25th analytica, taking place in Munich from May 10–13, looks set to be
more international than ever, with the number of exhibitors from countries (other than Germany) that have registered for the fair up by 27% over two years ago. The United States accounts for a large share of that increase (32 %). So far 789 companies have confirmed their participation (compared to 727 in 2013), an increase of 8.5%.
“Given these numbers, there is no question that analytica is the gathering for the international laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology industry,” said organisers Messe München .The share of international exhibitors is currently 49%.The number of companies from Italy is also up by 30%; China will have three large joint exhibition stands at the fair and India will have one joint exhibit. Once again, the industry’s main event will bring leading German and international manufacturers to Munich, where major laboratory furniture manufacturers such as Köttermann and Waldner will be joined by companies such as Asecos and Düperthal. Bruker, Büchi, Carl Zeiss Jena, Deutsche Metrohm, Mettler Toledo Merck Millipore, Netzsch Gerätebau, Shimadzu, Thermo and Waters will present solutions in the analysis and quality-control sector. The manufacturers and research organisations representing the biotech and diagnostics industry in Hall A3 will include Becton Dickison, Sartorius and Germany’s largest biotech cluster, i.e. Bayern Innovativ.
Renowned researchers from around the world will speak about analysis trends in chemistry and the life sciences. Among other things, this year’s program will include sessions titled “Separation techniques: How many dimensions are enough?”, “Analytical challenges from implementing consumer-oriented legislation”, “Lab-on-chip technologies” and “Disruptive imaging technologies.” The conference is organised by Forum Analytik—an alliance of Germany’s three leading scientific associations, - the German Chemical Society (GDCh), the Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM) and the German Society for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (DGKL).
The fair also features a number of related events that deal with issues from everyday laboratory practice. In 2014, occupational safety and health and safety in the workplace was a popular attraction attended by more than 4,000 visitors: it will be part of the program of events in 2016 and visitors can also look forward to the Live Labs, the analytica forums with tips for actual practice, the theme day on personalised medicine and Finance Day. Once again, Klinker & Partner are organising a training program for those with a thirst for knowledge. - And on Friday, future industry professionals can find out what the industry of the future has to offer at analytica Job Day and Student Day.
Further information from. www.analytica.de
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