The Smart Maintenance Pavilion will celebrate its premiere at the Trade Fair for Electronics Development and Production (November 12–15, 2019). This special show highlights the growing importance of maintenance as digitization of production processes increases.
The first analytica Lab Africa took place from July 09 to 11, 2019, in Johannesburg: 148 exhibitors from 15 countries presented their tailor-made solutions from laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and diagnostics for the African market.
SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, has agreed to purchase Xmark Media, including Photonex Europe, Photonex Scotland, Photonex London, and Vacuum Expo. The acquisition expands SPIE activities in Europe.
Microelectrodes can be used for direct measurement of electrical signals in the brain or heart. These applications require soft materials, however. A team at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has succeeded in printing electrodes directly onto several soft substrates.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT presents multifunctional laser tools at Laser World of Photonics. Cutting, welding and additive manufacturing with one laser in one machine – this innovation is the focus of the joint project MultiPROmobil.
Photonics is now indispensable in many industries. The LASER World of PHOTONICS will reflect this inventive spirit from June 24 to 27. Innovations, startups, and the international congress make the fair a gauge for the dynamic rate of innovation in photonics.
The Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC 2018 scored win for Best Exhibition Organiser at Singapore Tourism Awards 2019. Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC 2018 made a significant impact in shaping the learning, development and adoption of Industry 4.0.
ProPak Asia is returning in its 27th installment as one of the largest industry event of its kind in Asia. Visitors can see the latest trends, advanced technologies and innovations for the future and participate in industry leading activities from 12-15 June, in Bangkok.
Photo: Martin Weigert, Tobias Boothe, and Florian Jug / MPI-CBG, CSBD
Fluorescence microscopy has become an indispensable tool to answer fundamental questions in the biomedical sciences. It visualizes the position of fluorescently labeled cellular building blocks in biological tissues and organisms. An interdisciplinary group of researchers in Dresden have now developed a method to get high-quality images despite using up to 60 times less light.
Taking place within the context of Labvolution, the Biotechnica Forum is the first port of call for anyone interested in the latest topics, issues and technologies involving the life sciences and biotechnology.