[Automated-sequencing] Seminar: Successful Lab Automation at Hinxton Hall

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PAA Event Invitation
You are invited to a seminar event at Hinxton Hall, Cambridge on 13th January 2009

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Date: 13 January 2009 Venue: Hinxton Hall - Cambridge Time: 10am Start Fee: £40 + VAT 

Successful lab automation is key to the success of drug discovery, DNA screening programmes, product development and quality control. This conference introduces many new and exciting developments in European academia and to address the constantly changing needs of industry. The speaker programme features leading academics in laboratory automation and will be of interest to academics and industrialists. Presentations will provide practical insights and detailed case studies by scientists for scientists. Delegates will learn about different approaches to automation which will prove invaluable particularly those planning new automation projects or struggling to get the performance that they require. Accompanying the programme of presentations will be a poster session and exhibition featuring the leading suppliers of automation equipment.

This conference will be of interest to academic scientists, research institutes, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies working in the field of laboratory automation and high content screening. 

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Prof Dave Povey
Head of Chemical Sciences Division, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey
Teaching the skills for successful automation

Prof Ross King
Department of Computer Science, University of Wales Aberystwyth
The Robot Scientist Project

Dr Robert Weinzierl
Cell and Molecular Biology, Imperial College London
Automation of Complex Procedures in Molecular Biology
Prof Dr Kerstin Thurow
Center for Life Science Automation, Rostock Germany
Actual Challenges for High Throughput Technologies in Research and Development

Prof Julie Frearson
Director of Scottish Hit Discovery Facility, University of Dundee
Hit and Lead Discovery in an Academic Setting

Dr Anthony Davies
Institute of Molecular Medicine,Trinity College Dublin
Automation Strategies for High Content Research at Trinity College Dublin

Dr Malcolm Crook
Director Process Analysis and Automation Ltd, Visiting Reader, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey
User Interfaces for University Laboratory Work cells

Process Analysis and Automation Ltd, Fernhill Road, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU52 6HE, UK Tel: +44 1252 37 3000 Fax: +44 1252 37 1922

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