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SBE International Conference on Bioengineering and Nanotechnology in Singapore

09.07.2010
Distinguished scientists and leading international experts in bioengineering and nanotechnology will convene at the 5th SBE International Conference on Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (ICBN 2010).

They share the latest research advancements at the interface of science, engineering and medicine.

DASGIP and its distribution partner in Singapore Quintech Life Sciences Ltd. will be part of this conference and are happy to welcome you at their booth to present DASGIPs Bioblock and bioreactors for Microbiology and Cell Culture.

DASGIP and Quintech also will hold presentations about process optimization in the development of biofuels and in the cultivation of stem cells.

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http://www.icbn2010.com/index.php

Hanieh Robatian | DASGIP AG
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