MEETINGS - Analytica 2002 "the world forum for analysis and life sciences" (Germany) April 2002:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Analytica 2002, "the world forum for analysis and life sciences", will be held on April 23-26 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre, Munich, Germany. The event has three strands: the exhibition; the conference; and the forum, which organiser Messe Munchen describes as a programme of trend-oriented events inviting dialogue and visitor participation. The scientific conference is free of charge, while the exhibition will be split into four areas: instrumental analysis; laboratory technology; measuring testing and quality control; and biotechnologies/diagnostics. Details from: Volker Schwartz, exhibition director, on tel: +49 (0)89 949 20380; email: email@example.com
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