SLAS2023 International Conference & Exhibition

Dates: Feb 25 - Mar 1, 2023
Location: San Diego, CA
Venue: San Diego Convention Center | Booth 904
Website: https://www.slas.org/events-calendar/slas2023-international-conference-and-exhibition/attend/

We invite you to join the Yokogawa Life Science team at SLAS 2023 at booth #904. Discover how the Yokogawa CQ1 and BioAssemblyBot 400 can automate high-content analysis. Stop by our booth for an in-person demo of the Yokogawa CQ1 analysis system to see how high-content confocal imaging integrates with your laboratory automation.

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