Label-Free Technologies Conference to be held in Amsterdam

To be supported by journals Drug Discovery Today and Biosensors & Bioelectronics

Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, announces the Label-Free Technologies Conference to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1-3 November 2012.

Organized by Elsevier in association with Horiba Scientific, Label-Free Technologies will be a two-day conference entirely dedicated to bringing together the latest research on the advances and application of label-free technology in pharmacology and drug discovery.

The conference, chaired by Professor Evi Kostenis, University of Bonn, Germany and Professor Anthony (Tony) Turner, Link-ping University, Sweden, will focus on three themes; state of the art, new applications of currently available instruments and emerging technologies.

"Label-free technologies have made enormous progress in recent years and have generated wealth well beyond the simple sales figures associated with the instruments themselves, by enabling drug development and research in the life sciences. It is now timely to review this emerging subject area and to consolidate the advanced applications now available while looking to the future for what will become available," said conference Co-Chair Professor Turner.

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