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analytica Anacon India Conference even more international
Sep 05 2009 Read 800 Times
This year’s analytica Anacon India Conference, which is being held on all three days of the fair, will feature an even larger number of internationally renowned speakers and more exciting presentations on a wide range of topics. Visitors will be able to gather information on the latest research findings in the sectors for biotechnology, life sciences, analysis and quality control/assurance and in the sectors for food production and environmental analysis. Developments in the exhibition sector are also very promising. This year’s exhibitors include the industry’s leading manufacturers as well as several new companies.
This year’s analytica Anacon India Conference, which will feature 20 lectures, has been expanded to three days. The scientific topics covered by the conference focus on the latest and future industry developments and showcase new solutions for the market. This year’s conference will focus on the sectors for biotechnology, the life sciences and quality control. After all, new processes and technologies for the production or control process are in demand, caused by the latest worldwide health risks like swine influenza but also because of India’s rapidly growing food industry. The participation of international speakers like Dr. John Gebler, Waters India Pvt Ltd India, Dr. Zhan Zhaoqi, Shimadzu Asia Pacific Ltd Singapore and Fredrik Sundberg, GE Healthcare Lifesciences Ltd Sweden, emphasize the importance of the conference.
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