The UK Bio Lab Network is run by Labstract to share knowledge and best practice across the UK’s life science laboratories. The network is free to join.
We host regular meetings and networking events to allow members to keep up to date with current technologies, working practices and topical issues.
These events are often held in combination with multi-supplier exhibitions, allowing networking members to see a broad range of featured technologies side by side. Previous exhbitions have focused on themes such as cell imaging and flow cytometry.
Details coming soon
Transporting Your Biological Samples During Brexit and Beyond – Karen Coyle, Biocair
Combinatorial culture technology for cell and gene therapy applications – Marina Tarunina, Plasticell
Unit DX incubator, growing the scientific ecosystem in the West of England – Ashley Brewer, Unit Dx
Lighthouse & co-working labs at Alderley Park – Gareth Hampton (Alderley Park)
Lumit™ immunoassays: an easier, faster method for analyte detection – Lucy Wheatley (Promega)
The power of collaboration: Widening access to science and scientific resources – Tobias Wingbermuehle (ClusterMarket)
Derek Davies (Francis Crick Institute) – Recent advances in cytometry
Claire Shingler (Oxford Bioescalator) – Management of co-working labs at Bioescalator
Sanj Kumar (Atelerix) – Transport and storage of cells & tissues at room temperature
Igancio Willats (Cytera CellWorks) – Automated Cell Culture
Sara Cooper (EssJay Safety) – Hazard Classification of Biological Agents
David Chaplin (Cambridge Science Park) – New Biolab Facilities at Cambridge Science Park
Discussion – How do we maintain social distancing in a lab environment?