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International Biotech Lab Auto Europe Conference to Award 2000 Equipment Grant

NEW YORK, May 31(GenomeWeb News) - The organizers of the International Biotech and Lab Automation Europe announced today a £2000 ($3,672) "Science in Practice" grant to be awarded to a practicing scientist who attends this conference, which is to be held Nov. 16 and 17 in London.

 

The award is to be used for purchase of equipment, software, disposables, reagents or other products marketed by the exhibiting companies at either the International Biotech or Lab Automation conference.

 

The award competition is open to any scientist from academia, industry or government who pre-registers for either conference, according to the organizers, IIR Exhibitions.

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