Register by December 19 and Save
Register for SLAS2017 by Monday, December 19, to take advantage of advance discounts of at least $200 off your full conference registration. Full conference attendees enjoy access to the entire scientific program, including podium sessions, keynotes, the Exhibition, Career Connections, SIGS, provided meals, receptions and networking events, including the SLAS2017 exclusive event at the Newseum on Feb. 7. Substantial discounts are also available for student attendees. Click here for more information and to register.
SLAS2017 Event Scheduler Now Available
The SLAS2017 Event Scheduler is now live. This convenient resource contains the latest and most comprehensive information about SLAS2017, including the podium presentation lineup and abstracts, exhibiting companies listing and descriptions, Short Course information and abstracts, the latest schedule of events, and a personalized itinerary planner for Feb. 4-8 in Washington, DC. Put the SLAS2017 Event Scheduler to work for you today.
Just Published: The SLAS2017 Preliminary Program
Access the SLAS2017 Preliminary Program for comprehensive event information including the schedule-of-events, an exhibitor listing, and details on the podium program, career connections and workshops, networking, hotel and travel, and much more. Access the Preliminary Program.
Exhibit and Sponsorship Opportunities
SLAS2017 delivers a host of valuable exhibit and sponsorship opportunities to life sciences R&D discovery and technology vendors. See more information and key contacts on the "For Exhibitors" section of this site.
Read all about SLAS2016, the Fifth Annual International SLAS Conference and Exhibition, which took place Jan. 23-27, 2016, in San Diego, California. Watch the video below for a brief recap.
SLAS2017 is the annual International Conference and Exhibition from SLAS. Through a unique combination of education, access to innovative technologies and intelligent peer networking, SLAS2017 delivers unmatched value for professionals and students looking to leverage the potential of life sciences discovery and technology.
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