Reach out about your microarray development needs, for biochips and biosensors, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. We look forward to hearing from you!
We are located within the Guidewell Innovation Center, in the heart of Lake Nona’s Medical City. This modern laboratory location, part of the UCF Life Sciences Business Incubator, is the perfect spot. We are 10 min from Orlando airport.
Here are some of the events we will be at, ready to discuss microarray development, biochips and biosensors:
Sept 30-Oct 1, 2019: M2 Workshop in Vienna, Austria
The main purpose of the workshop is to connect IVD manufacturers, industry producers, researchers, scientists and business developers and enabling you to share and exchange new experience and ideas for biochips and biosensors across the world.
The workshop will be focused on microarray development, manufacturing, market implementations of microarray/ nanoarray microfluidics application in diagnostics within microtiter-plates/ lateral flow/ microfluidics/ glass- slides or CMOS with an ultimate goal of In-Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) or Point of Care Testing (POCT) from single sample analyses till routinely performed DNA or protein multiplex analyses.
An iONE system from M2-Automation will be on display.
Oct 7-9, 2019: Lab-On-A-Chip and Microfluidics World Congress in San Diego CA.
Bringing together researchers and industry participants from both academia and industry, this established congress now in its 11th consecutive year, will discuss the latest innovations and developments in the Lab-on-a-Chip (LOAC) and Microfluidics fields.
Focus at this conference will also be given to some of the many applications of Lab-on-a-Chip, from life science research, to taking diagnostics to the point-of-care/point-of-need biochips and biosensors. We focus on LOAC device production technologies, novel designs/technologies for manufacture, as well as the key application areas for LOAC from research to diagnostics. There is an Extensive International Perspective at this Conference with Speakers, Poster Presenters, Sponsors, and Exhibitors from the US, Europe, and Asia/Pacific. Running alongside the conference will be an exhibition covering the latest technological advances and associated products and services from leading solution providers within this field from around the world. A very good resource for your microarray development efforts.
Oct 20-22, 2019: BioFlorida Annual Conference in Tampa FL.
The 2019 Conference will bring together the life sciences community in the state and showcase current scientific advancements, business achievements and public policy affecting the industry. We will be exhibiting applications of microarrays, biochips and biosensors.
Dec 10-12, 2019: Sensors Summit in San Diego CA.
Emerging technological innovations enabled by next generation biochips and biosensors will define the landscape for the future commercialization of life changing products. The exponential growth of the global sensors market and the demand for next generation integrated systems is expected to reach over $150 billion by 2025. Our international faculty of key industry and academic leaders will present the latest technological advancements of real-world applications within healthcare, manufacturing and emerging markets through our featured plenary talks, conference tracks, tutorials and roundtable discussions. If you are involved in microarray development for new biosensors, this is a must event.
Jan 25-30, 2020: SLAS in San Diego CA.
Level Up your conference experience by immersing yourself in everything the SLAS2020 Exhibition has to offer, above and beyond the hundreds of leading providers of life science discovery and technology products and services. The highest-rated aspect of the SLAS Conference experience, the SLAS2020 Exhibition facilitates friendly, professional interaction among providers and product/technology users, allowing attendees to gather important information, make critical connections and be better prepared to help guide product purchasing decisions at their organizations.
If you are involved with microarray development, biochips and biosensors, proteomics and biomarkers profile panels, or in need of measuring protein binding affinities, you won't want to miss this event.