Lab Innovations 2017

Advanced Engineering

One registration - Two Events

Advanced Engineering 2017 is running alongside its sister show, Lab Innovations 2017. The only event in the UK that enables you to interact with the nation’s leading laboratory professionals, from a diverse range of industries, all under one roof.

Register for Advanced Engineering 2017 and your badge will also give you access to Lab Innovations, just a short walk across the Sky Walk at the NEC, Birmingham.

Why Visit Lab Innovations 2017?

Lab Innovations in the only event in the UK that enables you to interact with the nation’s leading laboratory professionals, from a diverse range of industries, all under one roof.

With the UK being a global leader in research and development, you will have the opportunity to take a look at these latest innovations as well as source new products from the UK's leading suppliers to ensure you achieve efficiency in your laboratory.

Want to know about the latest cutting edge technology? Lab Innovations is proud to be the home of product launches with over a third of our exhibitors using this exhibition as their chosen platform to launch their latest product portfolio.

With all this and more, Lab Innovations has truly established itself as the perfect platform for time-effective, face-to-face business.

visitor facts

Who Exhibits?

Exhibitors include those that manufacture, supply and distribute products and services such as: laboratory equipment, analytical equipment, biotechnology & life sciences, cleanroom technology and materials & surfaces.

As the UK’s only event dedicated to laboratory professionals, Lab Innovations is a show that provides both learning and business opportunities. With 35+ hours of seminars and conferences on the latest industry topics, there is something available for everyone to benefit from.

Who Should Visit?

If you’re involved in the following industry sectors, our broad range of suppliers and manufacturers of laboratory products can help you source the perfect product to suit the needs of your laboratory:

  • Biotechnology
  • Chemical
  • Chemical and petrochemical
  • Construction and building
  • Cosmetics
  • Education
  • Energy and environment
  • Food and drink
  • Forensics
  • Government
  • Healthcare and NHS
  • Life Sciences and pharmaceuticals
  • Local authorities
  • Manufacturing
  • Metal and plastic processing
  • Oil and gas
  • Petrochemical
  • Research institutions

 

 

I’ve not been here long but so far I’ve found the content on offer and the range of exhibitors to be of great interest. There has been lots for me to see and take back!

Stephen Bustin, Professor of Molecular Medicine, Anglia Ruskin University

This is my first time at the show and it's great to see everyone from the industry in one place.

Eiffie Rigopoulou, Category Manager, Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium

Lab Innovations is a really great place to network and this is one of the key reasons we attend; it's unusual to have such a range of people from different levels in the industry all under one roof.

Libby Knight, European Regional Sales Manager, Grant Instruments

Being from a small lab, our needs are quite niche and specific, so it was great that there was such a vast array of things to see and so many new technologies. It's given us some great ideas to take back to the office.

Bethany McNamara, Lab Analyst, Sainsbury's

2017 Seminar Programme

Lab Innovations features a two-day programme that aims to bring a new perspective on the challenges facing the laboratory industry with a focus on laboratory sustainability, laboratory automation, new analytical techniques as well as any latest updates in the industry.

Last year, we saw captivating talks hosted by the leading science institutions; the Royal Society of Chemistry, Campden BRI, Science Council, BMTA and Netcomposites.

Take a look at some of the topics covered last year:

  • Sensors in healthcare
  • Digital reinvention across the healthcare ecosystem
  • Breath analysis: clinical research to the end-user market
  • Quantum biology
  • An update on SO/IEC 17025
  • Is there a risk to the public's trust in scientists?
  • An introduction into nanocomposites
  • Current challenges in food microbiology
  • Food microbiology method testing: validation versus verification

The 2017 seminar programme will be released by the end of August.