Spotlight Series - Putting Automation To Work

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Spotlight Series - Putting Automation To Work

FREE one-day educational program coming to your location this Fall
Learn How to Put Your Technology to Work

The technology behind laboratory automation is perhaps some of the most advanced technology in the world. Innovations are constant and the pace of discovery is breathtaking. While exciting, this poses the challenge of understanding how to effectively utilize automation and technology in your laboratory.

The ALA Spotlight Series is a series of complimentary one-day scientific, results-based educational programs that highlight putting automation to work. This concentrated educational series, driven by ALA's Scientific Faculty Advisors and created in partnership with Symyx Technologies, Inc. and Thermo Fisher Scientific, will feature in-depth sessions and direct participant-presenter engagement. Participants will benefit from the knowledge, insights and experiences of the ALA-member presenters regarding the successes and challenges of transfer and deployment of automation and technologies in the laboratory.

For program details, session abstracts, speakers, free registration, hotel and general information, click on East Coast and West Coast links below.

West Coast

Sep 20, 2007
Hyatt Regency La Jolla
San Diego, CA (http://www.labautomation.org/spotlight/westcoast_sandiego.cfm)

Oct 4, 2007
Embassy Suites San Francisco Airport
San Francisco, CA (http://www.labautomation.org/spotlight/westcoast_sanfran.cfm)

East Coast
Oct 25, 2007
Marriott Princeton Hotel & Conference
Center at Forrestal
Princeton, NJ (http://www.labautomation.org/spotlight/eastcoast_nj.cfm)

Nov 1, 2007
Sheraton Boston Hotel
Boston, MA (http://www.labautomation.org/spotlight/eastcoast_ma.cfm)

Cost
The ALA Spotlight Series is free (a $595 value). As an added benefit, attendees will receive a 120-day free trial of ALA's monthly e-newsletter LabSnap, The Lab Man Blog, The Lab Man Podcasts, JALA Online and JALA World News Online.

Who Should Attend
Scientific decision makers, influencers and leaders including: academicians and government personnel researchers business professionals engineers post doctoral associates graduate students

Customized Programming
As a participant, you have the opportunity to design a portion of your day. When you register, you can help select some of the speakers and presentations for your particular program. You will be notified of the final customized sessions two weeks prior to your program date.

Luncheon Super Session
The Luncheon Super Session offers participants a unique opportunity to experience an open-forum discussion featuring highly-respected scientists from two leading corporations, Symyx Technologies, Inc. and Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Register today for this unique opportunity to learn and engage with an outstanding cross-section of your peers.
ALA Spotlight Series Faculty Advisors

Steve Hamilton, Ph.D. (http://www.labautomation.org/spotlight/hamilton.cfm)

Mark F. Russo, Ph.D. (http://www.labautomation.org/spotlight/russo.cfm)

As part of ALA's educational mission, we have enlisted two familiar laboratory automation icons as faculty advisors to help research, develop and deploy the explicitly science-based curriculum for the ALA Spotlight Series.

Association for Laboratory Automation
330 West State Street, Geneva, Illinois 60134, USA