Sponsored by the Laboratory Robotics Interest Group, European Laboratory Robotics Interest Group
Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity for exhibiting companies to present their latest innovations in products and services impacting the life science and technology industry. Late Night with LRIG is a highly interactive evening that brings together all the constituent audiences participating at SLAS2018. Take part in this open discussion among exhibitors and attendees!
Late Night with LRIG: Rapid-Fire Innovation Session
Monday, February 5, 2018 – 6:00 -8:00 pm
San Diego Convention Center
This session offers quick, discerning information-bites from approximately 15 companies or institutions serving the many industries within the fields of life science and technology.
This is specifically a venue for companies to showcase their latest products and technology improvements.
For attendees, this session provides an efficient forum for learning about news and trends on the commercial front allowing attendees to then visit the participating companies as they choose during their remaining time at SLAS2018. Seating will be limited on a first-come, first-served basis. Admission is free simply requiring all participants to register as an exhibit-only attendee. Drinks are provided.
Rapid-Fire Innovation Program Outline:
The program consists of three 40 or-so minute sessions. Each session will be moderated by one of the following organizational leaders:
Andy Zaayenga, Managing Director, SmarterLab, Laboratory Automation Consulting
Mike Biros, Founder, Cellerynt Group / LRIG San Diego Chair
Steve Rees, Vice-President, Screening Sciences and Sample Management at AstraZeneca / LRIG Board Member
Rules for Presenters:
Each presentation may be up to 6 minutes in length and contain up to four slides. There will be 2 minutes for questions-and-answers following each presentation. Participating companies are encouraged to cover the following topics:
The selection process:
The session moderators will qualify and select companies for participation based on applications received. It is in the best interest of applicants to fully complete the application including all of the questions mentioned above1
Inclusive, but not limited to, the moderator's decision criteria may be prioritized by:
Upon selection into the program, presenters agree to:
Mary Geismann SLAS Senior Manager, Member Services
1.630.256.SLAS (7527), ext. 109
1 SLAS and LRIG reserve the right to select and deselect any company at any given time. All decisions are final. Subject to change. Rules, regulations and guidelines are subject to change at the discretion of the SLAS Board of Directors in accordance with bylaws, polices, and procedures.