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Elrig has been creating free to attend shows since 2005. Year on year our shows continue to attract both delegates and speakers from the leading edge of Drug Discovery, Pharma Research and Laboratory Automation.

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Drug Discovery 2014

ELRIG are now busily preparing for the 8th annual Drug Discovery conference, which will be held at Manchester Central on 2nd & 3rd September 2014.

The ELRIG Drug Discovery 2014 programme will contain presentations from leading scientists across Europe and beyond, covering exciting advances in basic and translational aspects of drug discovery. The scientific sessions will include Innovations in Assay Development, Oncology Drug Discovery, Target Validation and Engineered Proteins for Therapy.

Pharmaceutical Flow Cytometry & Imaging 2014

We are happy to announce the dates for the 4th Pharmaceutical Flow Cytometry & Imaging meeting, to be held at the GSK Conference Centre, GSK Ware, UK, on the 19th & 20th November 2014.  This meeting continues to be the ideal forum for users of flow cytometry & imaging systems within drug discovery and drug development to get together, share expertise and innovation, and discuss pitfalls, successes and ideas for the future.
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DD’13 SLAS Student Poster Prize winner also scoops prize at SLAS’14 in San Diego !

Kris Wilson, Ph.D., a student at the University of Edinburgh, is a two-time winner ! Kris’s poster entry first was awarded at the European Laboratory Robotics Interest Group’s (ELRIG) Drug Discovery 2013 conference, held in Manchester, UK, in collaboration with

An Introduction to the AstraZeneca Medical Research Council UK Centre for Lead Discovery

Steve Rees : VP Screening Sciences and Sample Management AstraZeneca In recent years there has been increased investment in drug discovery in academia to enable the translation of basic research into drug discovery programs and hence economic value. To enable

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