I’ll be speaking at a conference in London on 1st/2nd December on the subject of ‘The Changing Face of Technology’. Over two days Pharmaceutical Research & Risk Europe will cover the major challenges faced and present many potential solutions. Key areas to be addressed include; the potential for drug redevelopment and reformulation, process development, optimisation, [...]
There have been a number of posts on theintegratedlab.com from time to time about conferences, so it was interesting to be alerted to some comments from Tim Bray and Simon Coles about ‘numbers of attendees’ reported by conference organisers. Now I don’t want to get into that specific issue, but in the background it does [...]
I haven’t written about conferences for awhile and I don’t remember if John has, either, so I thought I’d make my usual pitch, which is: Get out there and go to a conference. Find a good one that meets your needs, get the budget, and just get to it. [...]
The Automation & Analytical Management Group (AAMG) of the Royal Society of Chemistry is holding a one day workshop on the topic of ‘The Challenges Facing Laboratory Systems’ Integration‘ on Thursday 20th May 2010 at The Royal Society of Chemistry Burlington House, Piccadilly, London.
Arena International is holding the 2nd annual conference on ‘Laboratory Data [...]
Following the last ELN meeting in Europe (ELN: Laboratory Informatics for the 21st Century, the SMi Group, London, January 2010), a considerable amount of discussion ensued on an ELN LinkedIn Group in which some thoughts were expressed about the role and effectiveness of ELN conferences. The general consensus was that delegate attendances were falling, content [...]